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Author Topic:   "If I descended from an ape, how come apes are still here?"
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Message 286 of 286 (690525)
02-13-2013 11:51 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Tangle
10-12-2011 5:37 AM

most of the ape-men are NOT still here....
“If we descended from apes, how come apes are still here?”
What’s wrong with this picture?

Well nothing or pretty much everything – depending on what you think it shows.

If you see it as man evolving over millions of years from ape-like ancestors, you’re right. But if you see it as a picture of how modern monkeys change into people, that’s probably why you may ask the question:

“If we descended from apes, how come apes are still here?”

According to the paleontologists who wrote the most recent list of "begats" from the first Man to us survivors, Modern man, a great flood out of Africa saved only us, as the other 22 species disappeared in a mass Extinction of ape-men:


The Last Human: A Guide to Twenty-Two Species of Extinct Humans
by G.J.Sawyer, (Author)

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