The Scars of Evolution:"The most remarkable aspect of Todaro's discovery emerged when he examined Homo Sapiens for the 'baboon marker'. It was not there... Todaro drew one firm conclusion. 'The ancestors of man did not develop in a geographical area where they would have been in contact with the baboon. I would argue that the data we are presenting imply a non-African origin of man millions of years ago.'"
What Our Bodies Tell Us
About Human Origins
by Elaine Morgan
We look like we do because it pleased G_d to make us in his image. And we, like all other species, were planted here on Earth in G_d’s garden.
Arboreal or aquatic origin is just so some people can get grant money and continue to live the life style they would like to become accustom to.
And now let's get really radical. Every one is looking at this issue from the wrong viewpoint: our own.
Try looking at it from G-d’s point of view. Does He see physical form as the indicator of one species or another, or does He see species as the content of the spiritual essence?
If that were the case, it makes it possible to have had others on the Earth who looked like us, but were a different species.
This could also hold true in the present, which would explain liberals and conservatives, and so on.
Having raised the rabble, let the riot commence ...