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The Evolution of Man

China Smilodon-Rex Offline
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The human evolution research always shocked by political problems especially racism and nationalism......this is the most serious trouble that following research field up to now
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India Sanju Offline


When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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India parvez Offline
Tiger Maharshi

Perhaps the more important stages of human evolution in my ooinion are
1. Increased flexibility in body of humans including some primates due to fear of snakes . 
2. Inbreeding of humans due to more cornering of human packs by wild animals due to his physical inferiority. And the important consequences thereafter. 
3. Development of brain. As human ancestors had weaker bodiescompared to many wild animals, he had no option but to develop brain and hence his heart evolved to pump more blood to brain. 
4. Technological advancements in some parts of the world due to necessity on their part to conquer wild animals and some other factors too.
Wisdom of third eye
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United Arab Emirates BorneanTiger Offline
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It's not just apes that have similar DNA to humans, but also pigs (,, and to think about it, even though humans are more physically similar to primates than other animals in general, humans and pigs have physical similarities, such as in having eyelashes: 

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