Thursday, November 8, 2007

New species in the Great Barrier Reef

In a reef nearby Townsville (Tropical Queensland, Australia) a group of scientist from the Australian Institute of Marine Science discovered three new species (see picture below) that might evolved in a combination from apes and fishes. One of the scientist, Dr. Mick Dundee said that these discovery supports that Man is descended from the apes but also add that that transitional stage in which "Man" lost the hair was in a reef.



As you can see, we're always following the latest news in science!

Have a nice day

2 comments:

cronopio said...

that pic is clearly the definitive evidence we needed: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquatic_ape_hypothesis

Lu said...

I new this pic it'd set "a before and an after" (un antes y un después) in the history of evolution.
:P