Extended family tree reveals human's small, four-legged, insect-eating relative
Humans may have descended from apes, but long before that there was a small, four-legged insect-eating critter, according to new research out Thursday in the US journal "Science." The international six-year study used a massive trove of data, including genetic and physical traits from both modern and prehistoric species, to reconstruct the extended ... (more)
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#1 Feb 7, 2013
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