So check this out every land mammal in the world has large amounts of body fur except for 2 species can you guess what those are?
I'm going to show you ones with body fur including species we *cough* evolved from *cough*. And ones that don't.
Notice the ape has black skin and still has the fur. Here is information on the congo apes deep in the jungles of Africa still retaining thick amounts
The Ituri Rainforest is a rainforest located in the Ituri region of eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo formerly called Zaire. The forest's ...
The average temperature is 31°C (88°F) and the average humidity is about 85%.
Random Land Mammals!
Anyone notice a connection here? Something is fishy in the waters! I need your help to figure this puzzle out!
Somehow we lost all our body fur and our skin turned pink. Brown eyes and dark hair changed color and to top it all off we lost 2 chromosomes.
Apes = 48
Man = 46
You may say evolution. But I say explain the logic in losing body fur. I also say explain the logic in skin,eye,and fur(hair) color.
Pigs that are genetically modified with genes to protect their organs and other inside bits from attack by the human immune system are capable of
all kinds of potentially life-saving effects. Research has been conducted until now with non-human primates, and while these primates have not been
able to survive for all that long with pig organs--at best, a pig heart-implanted primate survives for around eight months--that could be enough time
to serve as temporary lifesavers.
Why are we using pig (Pachyderm) organs rather then prime apes?
Now time for me to introduce myself. I'm a easy going person. I like to look at the logical side of things.
Mostly though before I make conclusions I like to see both sides of the fence. You can never really trust one side as far as you can throw them.
Well here's my first thread hope you got something to think about! Wouldn't wanna make a thread that doesn't take any brain power.
I'm sure you'll understand the necessity for us having rules like this. It helps keep all the great threads and topics in their perspective areas of
interest and not all lumped together, making it difficult to find when wanting to make additional comments.
With that said, I'm going to have to close this thread as it does not comply with the above stated rules. Please, after you have managed to get 20
posts under your belt, start your own thread in one of the appropriate areas.
Please refer to the final post for more on this....
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Naked mole-rats spend virtually their entire lives in the total darkness of underground burrows. Ensconced in the arid soils of Africa, these
three-inch-long creatures must continually dig tunnels in search of sporadic food supplies and evade the deadly jaws of snakes. Within this formidable
environment, naked mole-rats have broken many mammalian rules and evolved an oddly insect-like social system.
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