Clara and others: Just because there are similarities between humans and animals, more than many might be willing to admit, no less tacitly acknowledge - does not in any way work to justify some of the more crude animal behavior, i.e., greed, killing, polygamy. Witness the word "inhumane" in the English language! The Bible at its best, and, dare I say, religion in general, would try to point humanity in a more noble direction than simple brute dog-eat-dog existence.
Those who believe in evolution would be served to actually pause and consider what the next step for humanity actually is; and how best to achieve that goal. Those who believe and espouse that God does all the handiwork would be served by starting to ask Him to do the same. For, even after Christ comes back, it still remains an open question as to whether humanity will continue on in present Earthly physical form. What will people look and behave like in, say, 5K or 10K years!
As for me, I shall live like a Narnian even if there isn't any Narnia.