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Perfectly adapted for life in swamps

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        Clouded leopard is the predator. Probably they fall in water for escape, where crocs are waiting, so proboscis monkey is excellent swimmer. I
Mario Petrinovic
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Nov 9

Neanderthals Nose Was Not Streamlined

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Hn & Hs are best called subspecies IMO, in any case a lot more different than any living Hs populations today. Most differences are related to less diving &
Marc Verhaegen
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Nov 4

this week In Science

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These links don’t work. I am very interested. LM Zahn does not show this article. ... These links don’t work. I am very interested. LM Zahn does not show
Jack
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Nov 3

New orangutan species announced

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http://www.cell.com/current-biology/pdfExtended/S0960-9822(17)31245-9 http://www.batangtoru.org/orangutan/ Pongo tapanuliensis Very interesting, thanks a lot,
Marc Verhaegen
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Nov 3

Aitape skull - tsunami victim?

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Hi Stephen, I don't know what went wrong. I should have saved what I sent, but it was something like this: tsunamis, tides, waves, sea-level changes &
Marc Verhaegen
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Nov 1

9.7mya Lucy-like hominin teeth - in Germany?

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As a follow up to my response: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2151229-what-the-controversial-human-teeth-fossils-really-tell-us/ indicating that what I
George Watkins
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Oct 26

discovery of naledi

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        I don't have time, or will, to go through all this right now (if there is a need, I'll read this, though, no problem). For the mere beginning, I
Mario Petrinovic
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Oct 9

The other OOA (Out Of Asia) theory

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        I must defend Darwin. I don't know what Darwin said, but this actually is the way to contemplate our past. If Darwin said that OoA had sense in
Mario Petrinovic
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Sep 22
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