Actually, yes. Different species don't have to be aliens to each other, some can even interbreed, but that's a different and pretty dull topic. Social traits are favored in nature, in all cases social traits such as cooperation will be beneficial to everything. That does not mean it can happen to everything. The genome has several bits that are dependent on other bits, meaning some traits cannot exist with other traits, or the existence of one trait negates the other. The concept of tribe, or pack, or pride, or murder are all cooperation traits combined into social units, we call ours society now, to include everyone.<quoted text>
Ok so Adam and Eve may have been smurfs. Just kidding. I have never seen that as evolution but as adaptation does the DNA change. Also if man comes from ape than would our natural instinct to live in groups have been the same than as it is today? Please phrase your answers for novice level.
It would probably surprise you, but apes demonstrate almost all our mental capabilities, even more than we had original thought. It's becoming more and more challenging to find the divide the more we learn about their DNA, and our DNA, the more we study their behavior, the more we study them the more alike we seem. Like the killer whale, we were so wrong when we first encountered them, we made too many assumptions, we made too many mistakes, because our science at the time was non-existent we had no way to understand our closest relatives.