I would contest the description of their appearances as "unevolved." They are non-humanoid, a rarity for intelligent species in Star Trek, but being humanoid is certainly not a mark of being more or less "evolved." Any life form currently in existence (on earth) is just as "evolved" as humans.
So what exactly was meant by the description, "unevolved?"
Perhaps the sentence should be changed to just "Despite their appearance, they are..."
Jhawk 01:28, 23 February 2006 (UTC)