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(4)Yes, Mario, it's incredible that traditioanal PAs don't see this. --marc Van: "AAT@yahoogroups.com" Beantwoorden - Aan:
(4)Thanks, Chris & Francesca. Why doesn't the elephant have a pleural space? West JB 2002 free text News Physiol Sci 17:47-50 The elephant is the only mammal
(5)Hi all,Around water, bog fires can be common and long burning. Some burning for weeks at a time. Further, the fire line moves more slowly than grass fires do.
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(3)Here is an easier to read article describing archaic (Neanderthal and Denisovan) ERVs in modern humans
(5)Yes, I would agree. The "virgin" environment in which we (hominoids) developed our body plan should be vertical rifts. Rifting was in process when apes emerged
(20)Yes, probably some 20 Ma, Africa-Arabia hit Eurasia. The early Simia probably already lived in (very?) wet forests. -NWMs probably crossed the Atl.Ocean (then
(6)All that you've said completely is in tune with what I am proposing (split before Pierolapithecus, but after 22mya). I would only suggest that shoulders
(6)Hi Stephen, sorry for this late reaction. I just read the 2 papers in Nature. Dr Steele assumes they hunted these antelopes, but AFAICS there's no
(4)No argument here.
(5)Actually, for a long time the Himalayas were accused for that. But, as I remember, recently they found out that Himalayas arose only much later. Also, I am not
(3)Yes, I would say so. At least, I haven't heard of any other such a situation, yet. And this one really works just like it should for the specific effect to
(5)Here is info on PTERV pan troglodyte endogenous retrovirus, there are more than 10 classes of these Chimpanzee viruses that were infecting between 2 and at
(9)I don't wish to argue with you. On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 7:37 PM, Mario Petrinovic
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