Re: Hominid fossils FAQ file

Andrew MacRae (
Mon, 2 Jan 1995 21:07:04 GMT

In article <3e7dk7$>
(Kathleen Hunt) writes:
> >In article <3e1nv9$>,
> >Steve ThM <> wrote:
> >>
> >>Granted, there are transitional forms within certain species. But can
> >>you list one clear-cut, completely authenticated transitional form
> >>between one species and another species? I do not believe you can.
> >>If so, please file the name of it to me for study.
> I posted several such examples just LAST WEEK. Perhaps you didn't see
> them. So here they are again.
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And, for the invertebrate-inclined, there are several examples
(two with images) at:

You know, I should start posting this every week. That is about
the frequency of the claim there are no transitional fossils.

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