Modern humans have evolved a number of Homo sapiens. The proof of the pudding is our final primate ancestor still survives – of the chimpanzee, their final descendent survives – the contemporary human, yet those in-betweens hominids that were adapting through natural selection resulting in those evolutionary shifting advancements went kaput – within twenty species of them. The standard model of development explains question as a result of extreme and rapid shifts in climate in continental Africa within that period of 6-7 million year period. Is an anomaly because alone of all the mammals, human beings, walk on two legs.
That’s cheating! Humans lack that support arrangement, so I will argue that the human gait is distinctive among all creatures, present, and past. Humans remain just and the one really fide entity that is bipedal. Cats, like humans, are curious, playful, have a propensity to care for range one, are territorial, such as to sleep, dream, have an excellent memory, show emotions, and such as humans have colonized the world – except Antarctica – either as domestic or as ferals or as wildlife, etc. People have of the largest brain size as a function of body size in of the whole animal kingdom, again, seemingly both past and present.
A large human mind makes for increasingly poisonous childbirth. The brain takes decades to develop fully, nearly 2 decades worth in fact, leaving babies completely dependent on others for survival. A large individual brain is a very energy intensive organ. Is an anomaly since human alone of almost 200 species of our primate cousins are considered a Naked ape. Why an individual, originating in and adapted to a tropic climate without the need of fur, therefore without the need of clothes, would migrate to cooler, even cold habitats in which fur, or now clothes substitute rather, is a near necessity, is itself an anomaly.
Is an anomaly in that only people vocalize not only everyday, routine, survival language but abstract concepts. Is an anomaly in the while a few other creatures could make and use tools, that compared degree of elegance relative to what humans have reached is akin to comparing the survival abilities of a day old baby with that of an adult? Are human strains, therefore, a product of artificial selection, and if so, by whom? Human breeds can’t be satisfactorily explained in the just 70, 000 or some odd years since the one distinctive racial type of Homo sapiens migrated out of Africa and spread through the world diverging into numerous racial types. Aside from identical twins, no two people from the neck up seem the same, and therefore this is how we tell individual identities, once seen, apart.