Baby Brain Growth Mirrors Changes from Apes to Humans

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    Baby brain growth mirrors changes from apes to humans)
     
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    I wonder if any one speices of human is closer to the apes and monkeys then another?
     
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    Could you please tell us how many 'speices of human' there are? :eusa_whistle:
     
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    PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE let this be a serious question. It would really make my day.:eusa_pray:
     
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    Differant species cannot successfully breed, except in special cases, such as asses and horses, which produce sterile offspring.

    Now which 'specie' of human cannot breed with other humans? If that does not spell it out clearly enough, there is only one species of humans on earth at this time.
     

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