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Topics: Archeology

Tuesday, 2 December 2008

image for Evo Biolos Find Half Shelled Turtle and Quarter Brained Texan and Alaskan
Obamus Sapiens also possesses impressive lipature

Evolutionary biologists have made landmark discoveries recently all of which demonstrate the gradual development of life on earth. A fossil of a turtle with only a partially formed carapace gave support to the idea of a slow development from the simple to the complex even in the terrapin species. This ancestor of today's turtles, Maryland terrapins and tortoises exhibited a stepping stone in the growth of the shelled creatures.

Eight years ago the theory that certain Texans were living throughbacks to the 25 per centers, a branch in semi-human evolution that managed to make it into the modern era was recently confirmed by the discovery of an Alaskan specimen with the identical quarter of a brain. Both creatures have been labeled republicanus anus and offer hope that even these limited mutants may be able some day to develop a cranium that could accomodate a full size skull like today's Obamus Sapiens.

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