Steve Nicholas (steve.nicholas@AIRGUN.WG.WAII.COM)
Thu, 2 Feb 1995 16:01:57 +0000
I was in conversation with someone the other day regarding the physical
differences between humans and other primates and mammals.
The differences as observed are:
Humans have little body hair
Humans sweat profusely
Human urine and faeces have a high water content
The nose is streamlined in a downward direction
The explanation give for this is that in recent evolutional history
humans took a brief foray to the oceans and led a semi-aquatic
Is this a generally held opinion or a theory that is in the minority?
If this is possible at what stage in our development would we have been
'in the water'?
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