That nose stuff.

Fri, 10 Feb 1995 01:27:00 GMT

Nose morphology, when and where it did change excluded, has everything and
anything to do with climate. A narrower, longer nose interrupts the airflow to
the nasal cavity, slowing the air down to be heated more. Wouldn't we expect
this to be an adaptation made to colder climates? Pick and chose which species
you think would have this! What's up with this talk about adaptation to water?