bipedal aquatic species
Alex Duncan (email@example.com)
4 Oct 1995 00:57:52 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thomas Clarke,
>I am one of those who likes the AAT because I think it provides
>a means for making the transition which is adaptive, providing
>increased fitness, every step of the way. I have difficulty
>seeing how a mosaic (or savannah) enviroment provides the same
>path of increasing fitness. If it did, then it seems to me
>the world would have many more bipedal apes species.
By the same logic, if wading about in the water is such a wonderful
adaptation, then we should see lots of bipedal aquatic species.
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