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Old 12-03-2012, 12:06 PM   #17
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lol that was your basic question. what happened to them. and the answer is some evolved into humans and some died out. its a simple answer. how they died etc is just more in depth but the question was simply answered.

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http://www.answersingenesis.org/arti...lved-from-apes

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Well then, why donít we ask the obvious question: If humans evolved from apes, then why do apes still exist today? If they evolved into humans, the apes should naturally be gone . . . right?

Well, no, not really.

This argument shows a misunderstanding of what evolutionists actually believe about human evolution. The evolutionary concept of the origin of humans is not based on humans descending from modern apes but, rather, argues that humans and modern apes share a common ancestor.
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if humans and neanderthals were descended from apes, and we still have apes and humans, what happened to neanderthals?
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