Discoveries of various fossils help support the theory that land bridges could have helped these animals cross over to the archipelago.
Accordingly, it is also held that during the pre-Spanish era, a wild elephant population existed in Jolo, their parents being two elephants given as gifts by the Javanese ruler to the Sultanate of Sulu.
Rachel Dolezal was an infamous case in the transracial discussion as of late.
She was the former president of the Spokane, Washington, chapter of NAACP but when it was revealed that she was a white woman, she was forced to step down'If someone feels that they feel at home with a certain religion, a certain race, a certain culture, I think that if that's who they really feel inside life is about finding out who you are.
Notwithstanding the two competing theories of whether dingos (or their ancestors thereof) came from India or China thousands of years ago, it is believed that these hunter-gatherers who brought along these dingos may have done a stopover in the Philippines before going to Australia.
Dwarf elephants were believed to have lived in the Philippines—Luzon and Panay specifically—during the Pleistocene era.
The discovery of a fossilised upper jaw of a rhino in Fort Bonifacio in 1965 is evidence that endemic rhinoceroses once roamed the Philippines.The more knowledge you have of yourself, the happier you can be,' she said.'And, as long as it's not hurting yourself or anyone else, I don't see a problem with that.'Rachel Dolezal was an infamous case in the transracial discussion as of late.She was the former president of the Spokane, Washington, chapter of NAACP but when it was revealed that she was a white woman, she was forced to step down.When pressed about cultural appropriation, or the adopting of other cultures and claiming them as their own, he replied: 'I believe people will [take advantage] just like other people have taken advantage of their identity to get their way, but the difference between me and them is that I don't want that.'I think that we all have the freedoms to pursue happiness in our own ways.'Psychologist Dr.Stacey Scheckner wants to make sure that the intention behind the choice to be a different race is a genuine one but she feels it's okay if it doesn't bring harm.