Noted evolutionary adaptations have been documented in clinical studies to include:
Improved range of hearing
Patients experienced elevated auditory levels upwards of 75hz- 150khz – comparable to porpoise
Increased vital capacity
Patients experienced extended oxygen intake with nigh immediate stabilization of vital capacity after periods of submersion in excess of 15 minutes. Similar to the aforementioned aquatic mammal.
Patients experienced advanced reaction time and accuracy. Those exhibiting the greatest aptitude also tested positive for visual hyper-acuity.
Patients experienced rapid recovery after extreme activity. Less need for extended sleep. Higher blood oxygenation.
Heightened Muscular Tenacity
Patients experienced decreased levels of lactic acid and increased vascularity. Quicker recovery of injured muscles and ligaments.