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2.10.09

Ardipithecus

To some researchers’ surprise, the female skeleton doesn’t look much like a chimpanzee, gorilla, or any of our closest living primate relatives. Even though this species probably lived soon after the dawn of humankind, it was not transitional between African apes and humans. “We have seen the ancestor, and it is not a chimpanzee,” says paleoanthropologist Tim White of the University of California, Berkeley, co-director of the Middle Awash research group, which discovered and analyzed the fossils.

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