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Talk:Primates (Talk.Origins)

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Palaechthon is based on only an incomplete skull. Despite this the evidencesuch as fully-enclosed orbits, forward-facing eyes and generalized dentition indcates that Palaechthon was a primate.

The Palaechthon image looks nothing like a modern primate, are you implying that the Palaechthon is a common ancestor of all primates? That God created primates the way they look here and that they have changed in the past 6000-10000 years to this?

If not, can you draw/explain what you would think the Palaechthon might have looked like instead?

--RichardT 19:31, 2 April 2007 (EDT)