Here’s an insightful article drudged up by – who else? - Matt Drudge: Scientists find sea sponges share human genes...
Mankind may be descended from apes but Australian scientists have found proof of links much closer to the sea floor, with a study revealing that sea sponges share almost 70 percent of human genes.
Genetic sequencing of sea sponges from the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef showed the ancient marine animal shared many of its genes with humans,
Who amongst us can’t name at least a half dozen people off the top of their head who comprise that 70%?
…and that’s without even leaving the beltway. This is way too easy.