posted on Oct, 21 2017 @ 10:33 AM
Although the OP mentions something to do with a horse ancestor.
Nevertheless, some interesting fossils coming out of Germany regarding pre-history.
First there was the fossil of Ida, a missing link between apes, monkeys and lemurs (thought to be 47 million years old, when Europe was in a different
position on the map).
It seems the place of European evolution (including more recent human evolution) was much underestimated to suit a politically correct agenda.
As far as teeth go, a bizarre relic is the Sheepshead fish, whose dental work is so close to humans that modern dentists could work on it.
Not sure if the dentition stems from a time when humans and fish shared a common ancestor, or if it evolved separately.
It seems totally suited to its diet through.
Incidentally, a close relative of the Sheepshead fish has psychedelic flesh, and was used by ancient Romans for party purposes (although it's not
Obviously the fishy doesn't smoke or eat refined grains or drink sugary crap, so it actually has better teeth than some humans since the agricultural
revolution (especially since addictive refined sugar became the vogue, and the poorer classes dyed their teeth black to copy the rotten teeth of the
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