Comment: I can answer those questions, humans are an aquatic mammal that

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I can answer those questions, humans are an aquatic mammal that

Evolved along the shoreline. A number of biological features are evidence of it. We have predominately hairless bodies, have a fat layer (blubber) under the skin, much like the marine mammals. Humans have a dive breathing reflex, that allows controlled breathing that very few, if any land mammals have. In fact humans ability in water is additional evidence as is the shape of our nose that facilitates diving. Humans have a very limited thirst instinct and cannot live very long without water, unlike most land mammals. Ten percent of humans are born with webbed toes and we have a residual web between our fingers, unlike the other primates. Where do you see naked humans today? At beaches or in a savanna environment? Children born in water is natural, they even start to swim and control their breathing. Back problems, sun burn, birth problems is due to going from an aquatic or semi aquatic environment to a land environment, not from being transported to an alien planet IMHO. See Elane Morgan, the aquatic ape.
http://www.ted.com/talks/elaine_morgan_says_we_evolved_from_...

http://aquaticapehypothesis.com/