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Handy guide to differences between humans and apes

Your roommate is a human if you hand him the jiffy mop and he realizes that you want him to help you clean up the squat.

Your roommate is an ape if you hand him the jiffy mop and he uses it to rappel onto the light fixture, ignoring the mess, and dropping a banana peel on your head.

There, that was easy, wasn’t it?

Seriously, here is a handy guide to differences between and among humans and primate apes.

You heard what they say about “Don’t shoot till you see the whites of their eyes”?

Turns out that works as a primatologists’ joke. Go here for the explanation if you don’t get it.

See also: Science writer starts Not a Chimp blog

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One Response to Handy guide to differences between humans and apes

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    We are different however creationists of any tribe need not find differences because our bodies are of the natural order or biological physics of a common design or great equation.
    It is our being/soul that is different.
    We are just walking around with the primate model, the best one for us, even though adam/eve were created suddenly and not born.
    It could only be this way if staying within the boundaries of the great bilogical order as we see it now.

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