Re: why apes but no apemen?

Michelle Malkin (
Tue, 28 Jan 1997 04:10:15 GMT (daniel hwang) wrote:

>one creationist argument against evolution is this,

>why do we have extent chimpanzees and gorillas but no
>specimens of the australopithecus, parantropus, or homo genus?

>any ideas?

Yeah. They died out when more advanced forms developed and either killed them,
developed better methods of hunting or intermingled with them. Didn't you ask
this same question last week?

Michelle Malkin

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