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Caitlin K
Caitlin K • 1 year ago

These images are merely intended to be reasonable artist renderings based on available evidence, understanding that evidence regarding skin color, hair, and other characteristics are limited. Enjoy. - The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

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