Re: First Family and AAT

H. M. Hubey (
6 Oct 1995 20:30:30 -0400 (J. Moore) writes:

>If an animal is already, in your words "developed to the point
>where it's almost bipedal", why couldn't it develop bipedality on

If an animal already is bipedal (i.e. birds) why doesn't it get
a bigger brain?

If an animal is already bipedal (like a bird) why doesn't it
start to fly?

>HMH> are most animals quadripeds (ignoring the fish and birds) blah blah...

>Keeping up with your usual level of discourse, I see...

Blah, blah, blah is mostly what I see when I read books on
this topic (and posts). You've read one you've read them all...


Regards, Mark