Re: aquatic apes

Michael Lorrey (
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 18:50:35 -0400

Patrick Wilken wrote:
> The problem with this theory is that it lacks any hard fossil evidence and
> I doubt whether any palentologists take it seriously today. Of course its a
> little hard to think what would be really knock-down evidence for or
> against. And no one seems to have explained why we do have a diving
> reflex...

Perhaps we are merely the last ape to have not lost it? Perhaps it
predates apes, and modern apes have merely been forced to evolve such
features away in the fact of such waterborn threats?

			Michael Lorrey
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