Six Teeth discovered by Yohannes Haile-Selassie, in the middle Awash valley of the Afar region of Ethiopia (Africa) were dated at approximately 6 million years. Scientists argue that the teeth belonged to earliest known human ancestors and that they elevate a creature named Ardipithecus ramidus kadabba to its own species: Ardipithecus Kadabba, which supposedly lived between 5.54 and 5.37 million years ago, reported the UK Daily Telegraph 5 March 2004 p9.

Editorial Comment: Science Editor of the Telegraph, Roger Highfield, wisely included the statement “Scientists believe that the find shows that they are close to the still undiscovered common ancestor of all modern apes and humans.” Therefore, Creation Research continues to claim it’s not the evidence which stops people believing man was created separately and unrelated to the apes. Think about it!

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