Many theories that explain evolution have been developed. Most of the theories have been criticized since people have different opinions to them. However, the differences and similarities that are evident in humans and…
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Animals like the chimpanzees, apes and bonobos are good examples which through their anatomy and behaviors, prove that evolution is real. The organization of internal organs in the African apes and the human beings is similar. The bone structure is similar and they only differ in shape and size. Human beings however lack tails and this depicts that at one point the humans were analogous to the African apes but they have evolved over time. All mammals are sexually dimorphic in that males are larger than females by about 5-10% (Barton 79). This shows humans are similar to other mammals and are only superior because they have evolved over time.
Evolution principles show that body features develop based on habitual bipedalism. The hands of humans are shorter than those of apes. This is because they locomote more using their hands rather than legs. Similarly the legs of human beings are longer than those of apes. The human pelvis and the spinal column are adapted in such a way that the humans remain erect and offer more stability for waking and running. This adaptation is believed to have been achieved due to the competition between humans and other mammals and is evidence that evolution took place. Scientists have proved that the shape of the brain in apes and in humans is similar. However, they differ in size. This increase in the size of the brain proves that evolution has taken place. Human females reach the menopause stage at one point in life. However, other mammals like chimpanzees, apes and gorillas do not become sterile at any stage in life. The Scientific explanation of this difference is based on human selection that is a factor that proves evolution (Barton 211).
Male Bonobos protect the female bonobos. This characteristic is also present in other mammals such as apes. Human beings also have the same character of males protecting the females. This similarity shows a connection in the origin of humans and apes.
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This is also the reason why parents teach their children how to be in an un-controlled in order to be more mature little by little. In a specific professional field, you have to hold your emotion, the human nature which might lead you the wrong way. To a place that you wouldn’t recognize, in order to achieve stability.
But what if other species also depart from Earth? Still redwood would continue to have its intrinsic value. As a human being we may think in terms of only instrumental value but in nature everything has its own intrinsic value regardless of what value we perceive of them from our utility point of view and all those things that have intrinsic value need to be protected.
For several years, researchers have been interested in identifying how humans are significantly different from animals as well as nonhuman primates. Even though human are even recognized as animals in the context of sociology as well as psychology and science, researchers have tried to examine and evaluate the significant similarities as well as differences between the human animals and other animals.
This mechanism of biology on which mammals and other vertebrates are heavily reliant on, including genes of the cone opsin and their specific photopigments is conserved to a very high level. However, they way in which different mammals use color vision’s fundamental elements varies strikingly, especially in the way that they emerge and disappear in various altered forms over the evolutionary course.
Similar is the case with species having backbones which were observed to be another feature of mammals but fishes and frogs again do not fall into mammal category although they have backbone.
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Middle scale navigation is an animal’s ability to move around its environment in search of food, mates and sites.
Time and space are purely abstract. Like calendars and clocks, objects are the tools with which the abstract entity of space