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    What is interesting is that the 15 skeletons of Homo naledi, were buried.  Wild animals don't bury their dead.  Humans do.  According to the evolutionists, the bone structures is something that one would expect for something/one living about 2,800,000 years ago, well before Homo sapiens appeared.  How is it possible that Homo naledi are burying their dead, a human action, when they should have died out over two million years before?
     Perhaps we are not millions of years old. 

Thank you Lord for creating us in Your own image.

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