The drunken monkey hypothesis argues that humans were able to succeed evolutionarily because they could consume alcohol – allowing them to consume calories more quickly and more efficiently than other species.
In 1984, a 1-year-old received a heart transplant from a baboon but ended up dying 21 days later due to rejection. When questioned with why a baboon and not a primate more closely related to humans, the surgeon said he didn’t believe in evolution.
The Plantaris is a small muscle in your calf that is believed to be used by our ancestors to grip with their feet. It is so weak that it is considered functionally obsolete and arguments have been made that humans are evolving it out. It is absent in 7-10% of the population worldwide.
The Stoned Ape Theory of human evolution hypothesizes that psychedelics transformed Homo erectus to Homo sapiens.