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      Miocene fossil hominids and the chimp-human clade.

      Science (New York, N.Y.)
      Animals, Biological Evolution, Fossils, History, Ancient, Hominidae, anatomy & histology, genetics, Humans, Maxilla, Palate, Paleodontology, Skull

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          Miocene hominoids from Europe are among the earliest members of the great ape and human clade (the Hominidae). One of these forms, represented by well-preserved cranial remains from Rudabánya, Hungary, sheds new light on the question of the evolutionary relations among living hominids. This new evidence supports the view that humans have a specific evolutionary relation with chimpanzees, to the exclusion of all other apes.

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          1411507
          10.1126/science.1411507

          Chemistry
          Animals,Biological Evolution,Fossils,History, Ancient,Hominidae,anatomy & histology,genetics,Humans,Maxilla,Palate,Paleodontology,Skull

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