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Humans came from APES?

13 answers · 22 hours ago
Best answer: Maybe

I mean, 30,000 years or even 50,000 years to get to that point, maaaaybe. But 240,000? That's a long time before someone gets the idea for a city.

Best answer: Why is this question posted in the "Astronomy and Space" section?

I am your usual "all American mutt," with ancestors from Sweden, Norway, Germany, England, France, Scotland, and maaaaybe have a little bit of Cherokee Indian in me; we don't know if that's actually true or not. Anyway, I was wondering what ethnicity I look most like. I'm 5'8",... show more

Best answer: "Reference point"!? Lucy became famous because of her almost complete skeleton, also maybe for being a female dead in her early adulthood or because her species is closely related to the human lineage. For anthropologists, she is one point of hominins evolution among dozens of Pliocene fossils. Her... show more

Best answer: She was a very complete hominin. It is very rare that they leave complete skeletons or nearly complete anyway. She was discovered at a time when there were huge gaps in our knowledge. We had H. habilis but nothing very good and a couple other australopithecus like Africanus but Lucy appeared that it may be an... show more

Best answer: No. It's just a less-common head shape. Neanderthals tended to be long-headed, with a prominent occipital area.

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Like if they were to do a dna test it would still say all middle eastern even if one had like blue eyes and blonde hair

Why does a child need a father?

9 answers · 2 weeks ago
The bond between a child and his or her father isn't near as strong as a bond between a child and his or her mother. Among the most dangerous things on the planet are mothers protecting their young, since a paternal instinct isn't near as strong as a maternal instinct is, and this website... show more

Best answer: I run Wild for the Himalayan Hindu Rainforest cos i Got my Goddess there, and just enough for me n her to Live Correctly Ommm

Best answer: If we classified humans using the same criteria as we separated the Tapanuli orangutans from the Sumatran orangutans, we're already two species. If we classified orangutans using the same criteria as humans, then the Tapanuli orangutans would be a race of Sumatran orangutans. So for the "how long would... show more

Best answer: I don’t believe it will ever end. People teach people this, and there will always be people. Unfortunately. Just try to keep your people out of the mix.