Re: AAT Questions...
Ralph L Holloway (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 20 Jul 1995 11:23:59 -0400
On 20 Jul 1995, pete wrote:
> Thus, my conclusion is, the more modern the structure
> of the Ramidus skeleton, the less the aquatic hypothesis
> is discounted.
Should we take this to mean that only limb lengths are going to tell us
whether the structures are for aqautic or bipedal or arboreal locomotor
adaptations? "More modern" does mean closer to human, doesn't it? I'm
afraid I didn't understand your post, and I sure don't understand this
conclusion. Can you try again? Ralph Holloway.