Karibkween-"Humans carry two types of body lice one is a recent species (40k+/-) the other is much older (closer to 300k) according to scientist it could only have happened if hominids who left Africa before +/-300k came in close contact (i.e. were naked together) with another hominid leaving Africa between 60k-40k years ago."
-So does that mean that two different people left Africa at different times and linked up again, and got their body lice on, I don't see how this bolsters your hypothesis. Also, if the discussion is not meaningful to you, then why participate? I am surprised that you've stuck around this long and while we may disagree, or you might find this fruitless, I appreciate you engaging in the dialogue.
I never said wild human beings or hominids, I spoke of animals in the "wild" as opposed to in captivity, perhaps I should have said natural environment. Why were you so quick to slap the word "wild" onto the hominid?
The cow is a good example, probably the best one, so are Selassielives examples of viruses, GM foods, and salamanders, however, the cow as Karibkween stated is a result of man's perversion, so are GM foods, and viruses, and I think salamanders too, although I'll have to review that info some more. Nevertheless, GM foods and viruses are hardly animals. The Basques had something to do with those salamanders, and the cow is a result of forced breeding practices.
In nature, in the "wild", in creatures of the animal kingdom's, especially mammals, natural environments do we see two different animals reproducing for the ages, without man's intervention?
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