We say that all humans are the same. And that in itself is proof of only one starter couple and not evoulution, right? Well, we are not all really the same. There are many "breeds" of human.
Take dogs for example. There are Shepards and Poodles... Both dogs, but no one would say they are the same breed. Why? Because they are so very different both physically and on a genetic level. However, should you breed them together you would get a mix, NOT a hybrid. This now starts the basic latter of evolution... You have created a third breed... WHICH opens doors in the distant future for evolutionary changes through the alteration of genes because they are not pure...
People are different from one another in the form of breed as well, we call it race. And through time it's been seen as a hurdle for many. Today however we are mixing in many countries and creating an entirely new race - One that is mixed full of all different...
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