Subject: evolution/whale

Michael Williamson (pita@whale.simmons.edu)
Sun, 4 May 1997 09:19:40 -0400 (EDT)

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 1 May 1997 14:43:59 -0400 (EDT)
From: "w. jones" <mermaid@grove.ufl.edu>
To: Martha Gray <graym@belnet.bellevue.k12.wa.us>
Cc: pita@whale.simmons.edu, krill@whale.simmons.edu
Subject: Re: Whale

Hi Job,

The scientific evidence seems to indicate that whales themselves did not
live on land.  They did have ancestors that lived on land and for some
reason decided to return to the ocean to live.  There is a book called The
Natural History of the Whale written by L. Harrison Matthews that will
give you more information.  Also books on the evolution of mammals and
dinosaurs will give you good information.

I hope you have a good weekend.  Drop a line if you have any more
questions. 


W. Jones

On Wed, 30 Apr 1997, Martha Gray wrote:

> From: Job
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> 
> 	Do you think whales ever lived on land?-
>