Evolution Of Monkeys.

February 3, 2009 1:45am CST
If we evolved from monkeys (in some form or an other), and scientists say we are still evolving (average height on the increase). Are the animals around us still evolving too? If they are will they ever catch up and be able to communicate properly with us?
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@shyamlal (3535)
• India
27 Feb 09
Evolution relates to changes in climate and other living conditions.. So if there occurs a major change in the climate , then we could see some major evolutions
@Latrivia (2888)
• United States
7 Feb 09
Some animals already can communicate with is. I do believe that some chimps have been taught sign language, and can communicate basic needs. Rarely do they understand the actual meaning of the signs, but at least it's a start.
• Thailand
7 Feb 09
The animals around us will eventually evolve a way to communicate with us if it proves to be a trait that benefits their survival as a species. The one hook to this is that the mutation that begins this process must occur and there is no certainty that it will.
@underdogtoo (9589)
• Philippines
3 Feb 09
Everything seems to be evolving which is a wonderful thing, I guess. It would be against the nature of existence to stay the same forever. Cheers!!!