Lee Berger (shown above with old Crow to his shoulder) recently pitched a straightforward primate skeleton — now called “Homo Neladi” to National Geographic — for the apparent purpose of documentary. Lee Berger had previously pitched other primates as becoming human. His presentations historically ALWAYS seeming — from any basic view — to improve the primate parts (and recreations) in a slant towards a pitch of making a basic primate skeleton appear as a human or “pre-humanish” creature.

Lee Berger (shown above with old Crow to his shoulder) recently pitched a straightforward primate skeleton -- now called "Homo Neladi" to National Geographic -- for the apparent purpose of documentary. Lee Berger had previously pitched other primates as becoming human. His presentations historically ALWAYS seeming -- from any basic view -- to improve the primate parts (and recreations) in a slant towards a pitch of making a basic primate skeleton appear as a human or "pre-humanish" creature.

Lee Berger (shown above with old Crow to his shoulder) recently pitched a straightforward primate skeleton — now called “Homo Neladi” to National Geographic — for the apparent purpose of documentary. Lee Berger had previously pitched other primates as becoming human. His presentations historically ALWAYS seeming — from any basic view — to improve the primate parts (and recreations) in a slant towards a pitch of making a basic primate skeleton appear as a human or “pre-humanish” creature.

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Trey Smith is the founder of the God in a Nutshell project. The God in a Nutshell documentary videos I make are at: https://www.youtube.com/user/treysmithnutshell

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