Man From Monkey?
written by: Philos-O-Tron
Q: Did human's really evolve from monkey's?
A: Your question lacks a subject.
Which human possession are you curious about springing from the previous incarnation of an item belonging to a monkey? Without that vital piece of information your question is incomplete and gibberish.
If, by some grammatical travesty, you mean to ask if the human animal evolved from a species of monkey, then the answer is a definite no.
Humans fall under the classification of apes, not monkeys. Even with this shard of information it would be the acme of foolishness to think that humans evolved from the apes you might see in a zoo. The idea of a common shared ancestor in the distant past does hold water, but such an ancestor (think pre-Australopithecus afarensis) would be on the far side of 5 million years backward in history. It would be wise to consider the matter as that humans and apes evolved down different paths, not one branching from the other.
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