Jees – where to start.
Point The First: Have you actually asked an animal behavioural psychologist who’s behaviour they would more closely associate with a killer whale?
Killer whales are pack animals – Great Whites are not. Killer Whales hunt Great Whites…
Cows have adapted to live in herds – comparable more so to killer whales than great whites. My assumption is that no, you have not consulted an animal behaviour psychologist. Prove me wrong: provide the research material.
The comparisons become even more strained when then trying to extrapolate from your incorrect assumptions and apply that to equatorial positions of human populations and correlate that with (unproven) behavioural patterns… and then there’s your incorrect assumptions about the significance of DNA… You need to do A LOT of homework to prove your incorrect assumptions have even the smallest basis in reality – something you have no intention of doing.
Again, happy to be proved wrong – all you need is some credible peer reviewed research.
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