Aug 11, 2017
Scientists uncovered the origin story of common ancestors of living apes by finding a 13-million-year-old primate skull from the west of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya. Scientists named this specimen as “Alesi”, it has a tiny nose and mouth related to its head size.
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