12/08 Did Apes Give Man a Spine?
Season 16, Episode 18 • 08-Dec-2021
A bald eagle claims a shark being reeled in by a a fisherman; Research team claims their virtual fossils provide a missing link between apes and humans; Fewer Americans want children; Stay-at-home musician prefers evolution to Answers in Genesis . . . and other stories reviewed during this December 8, 2021, broadcast of Answers News..
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You clothed me with skin and flesh,
and knit me together with bones and sinews.
You have granted me life and steadfast love,
and your care has preserved my spirit.
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This Florida man was reeling in a shark and it got taken away by a bald eagle 🦅 (video included)
Ancient human relative, Australopithecus sediba, 'walked like a human, but climbed like an ape'
More American Adults Say They Don’t Expect to Have a Child: Poll
What if Thanksgiving were a time to celebrate the natural creation?
Canine teeth shrank in human ancestors at least 4.5 million years ago
We Finally Know How Animals Can Survive Eating Butterflies Full of Poisonous Toxins
Ontario teachers' union makes the votes of non-white members count more than white ones, bans the
term "reverse racism" to silence dissent
Portugal’s president vetoes bill that would have legalized euthanasia
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Image Credit: NYU & Wits University
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