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Snow

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        We were talking about African black people, because there is not too much snow in Africa.         About your "melanin theory", it works
Mario Petrinovic
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Jan 11

Swimming Fingers

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Heavy bones (pachy-osteo-sclerosis = thick & dense) He>Hn>Hs>apes. POS is typical of littoral animals (shallow divers in salt water). Shallow divers have
Marc Verhaegen
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Dec 18, 2017

Kabwe skull BH1: large PNSs & POS

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Of course, George, there were a lot of parallelisms, but that doesn't mean Hs (Africa c.200 ka?) couldn't have replaced all other Homo populations, apparently
Marc Verhaegen
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Dec 16, 2017

fat & funny monkey

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Who can help us upload it? Aitor's email address is aitor_mad@hotmail.com I'm hopeless in computer stuff, Aitor, perhaps too many bytes (JPEG)? It's indeed a
Marc Verhaegen
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Dec 10, 2017

Colin Groves

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Thanks, Stephen & Pierre-François. In 2004, prof.Groves wrote: "... Nor can we exclude the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis. Elaine Morgan has long argued that ... this
Marc Verhaegen
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Nov 30, 2017

FW: Another probe for AAH?

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Hi Francesca, yes, thanks. I don't know what to think about finger wrinkles: we first need more comparative data about other mammals & primates etc.? --marc Hi
Marc Verhaegen
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Nov 25, 2017
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