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What a Fossilized Hand Says About the Last Common Ancestor Between Humans and ChimpanzeesBy: Isaac Schultzon February 24, 2021 at 9:50 pm Publication: Gizmodo

More than 1 million years before the early hominin known as Lucy was striding across the Afar region of Ethiopia, the lesser-known Ardipithecus ramidus roam
Categories   neogene, bipedalism, ardipithecus, chimpanzee, transitional fossils, branches of biology, anthropology, apes, evolutionary biology, human evolution, ardi, lucy

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