Being lunar

– The first vertebrates, our distant ancestors of 400 million years ago, were FISH. The legacy of those aquatic ancestors is still with us, including the defining vertebrate feature: a bony spine, flanked by pairs of muscles. This feature gave the first fish superb mobility in water, making them the ocean s first predators. Today it provides the main supporting strut in the human skeleton, allowing us to stand and move. Beneath our skin, our body tissues are still bathed in a salty solution, the chemical composition of which is surprisingly similar to that of seawater.
Also when we are in our mother’s womb, in the initial stage, it was observed we have fish tail and gills!
This is yet another reminder of our aquatic past.


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