some apes were too clever to evolve? if all life evolved from the sea, why are there any creatures left out there? why didn't they all embrace this amazing new life on earth?
hmmmm,interesting, i dunno, I think there is selective evolution maybe?.there has to be selective evolution in order to preserve some reminants of the previous species..
Some apes were incapable of evolving? Some of them's DNA changed(evolved) and some of them stayed the same!LOL!!!God created man... :-)Uzo, enjoy your weekend, I am freezing at an internet cafe so I can't read your women's issue post... I will do so when I am in a warmer place.Enjoy your weekend :-)
Look beyond the physiology.There are still apes because humans are apes.But apes are not humans.Read between the lines to find the merits of this answer.Examples of apelike activity by humans are everywhere around you, especailly in dear good country.See! See!!
Men evolving from Apes is just a myth or would I say a thing scientist started when they could not disprove the fact that God created man.The question we shd be asking these scientists is where did Apes come from if they believe men evolved from Apes?If true that men evolved from Apes,how come Mr President has not evolved since?
Thx for the song .. Jaming it in ma car now ..LOL
lmao@olawunmi's comment.. could be that!!!
Nothing is 100% perfect....not even mother nature....maybe few are left behind just to make us understand the process of evoultion or something ;)
Humans did not evolve from apes, at least not the ones that you see in the zoo or on television. Humans and apes evolved from a common primate ancestor and came to be what you see today by going down different evolutionary paths. The common ancestor no longer exists, but the apes and humans that descended from it do.
ha ha ha!!! Why are there still apes? I dunno!! Can I second Soul's suggestion of selective evolution? LOL
Who knew that this random thought would yield so many interesting responses. I am not sure i buy the whole evolving from apes thing. But there resemblances are hard to ignore. Who knows?
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