Was a humanzee baby once born at a research facility?
Renowned evolutionary psychologist Gordon Gallup claims a ' humanzee ' baby was once born at a research facility where he used to work. Gallup said that this happened at a facility in Florida back in the 1920s, but panicked scientists euthanised the hybrid infant on moral and ethical grounds after only a short while.
Is a humanzee a real possibility?
Yet evolutionists and atheists today still parrot the bogus idea that a humanzee is a very real possibility, because they refuse to allow science to influence their views of reality. In fact, many even claim that Oliver is still evidence enough of a relationship between humans and apes.
Is there such a thing as a humanzee hybrid?
Despite claims in the 1970s that Oliver was a human-chimp hybrid, it was proven that the animal was not a humanzee in the 1990s Credit: Corbis - Getty A human-chimp hybrid, or 'humanzee', is scientifically possible. File picture showing 1968 film Planet Of The Apes Credit: Rex Features
What is a humanzee and why is it so famous?
The term humanzee became well known in the 1970s after the emergence of a creature known as Oliver – a bald chimp who walked on his hind legs. Oliver was presented by some as the "missing link" between humans and chimps.