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Offline RRR

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What was an origin of monkeys according to evolution theory?

What is an age and a homeland of the most ancient monkey fossils?

Is it true a hypothesis about a monkey did spring from rodents like squirrels and mouses? Or the monkeys did spring from any type of dinosaurs?
« Last Edit: 16/12/2006 12:30:23 by chris »


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Some wise thinkers have proposed that "man did not ascend from monkeys but rather, descended from monkeys"(monkeys being more advanced). :D

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Inferior creatures taught us...hmmmm, interesting...I would like to think NOT! 


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rodents they came out after the ice age. Might be a coincidence but the first animal in the chinese calenda is the rat/mouse.

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