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Why Do They Call The Missing Link The “missing Link”?

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Posted by Duane Eddy on August 11, 2003 22:44:26 UTC

Why do they call the missing link the “missing link”?

Because its missing.

This riddle pertains to other species which have a large collection of fossil records as well.

I am not saying that species do not change.

Its just that a slow gradual process is not supported by the fossil record.

I am sorry if you were overwhelmed by the medicine topic, but please remember I didn’t bring the medicine topic up.
I thought I made my statements and questions as simple and short as possible.
I really didn’t ask for a complicated answer.

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