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What part did they play in human evolution?

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David Attenborough, a U.K. National Treasure, was discussing evolution on the radio. During the interview he put forward the theories of Elaine Morgan. As a result, he was heavily criticized for being ‘controversial’ and ‘unscientific.’ Is there any basis for this accusation?




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