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47-Million-Year-Old 'Missing Link' Revealed - Australia
Science & Tech  (tags: new york, usa, dinosaur, skeleton, humans, apes, primates, evolution )

Chrissy
- 3649 days ago - abc.net.au
Scientists in New York unveiled the skeleton of what they said could be the common ancestor to humans, apes and other primates. The tiny creature, officially known as Darwinius masillae, but dubbed Ida, lived 47 million years ago and is unusually well
Jane Goodall Branches Out
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, world, society, africa, forests, apes, chimpanzees )

Mimi
- 3849 days ago - latimes.com
In Tanzania, the chimps are isolated in a very tiny patch of forest.People all around the park are struggling to survive.There was no way to protect the chimps while the people were in this dire. circumstance.
Ascent of Woman: How Females Lead Ape Studies
Science & Tech  (tags: habitat, science, research, women, apes )

Kathy
- 3933 days ago - sundayherald.com
SCIENCE MAY be dominated by men, but when it comes to the study of man's closest cousins, the great apes and primates, the majority of experts are female.
Like Humans, Other Apes Plan Ahead
Science & Tech  (tags: research, cognitive science, apes )

Sinikka
- 3985 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Chimps and orangutans plan for the future just like us. They are capable of exercising self-control to postpone gratification and to imagine future events via "mental time travel," according to new research from Lunds University Cognitive Science.
Other Apes Like a Cooked Meal, Too
Science & Tech  (tags: primates, apes, AnimalWelfare, animals, animaladvocates, animalwelfare, humans, investigation, wildanimals, wildanimals, wildlife, discovery, study )

Jacquelin
- 4000 days ago - dsc.discovery.com
Freshly cooked meals may not be an option in the wild, but an extensive taste test involving several great apes has revealed that, like humans, they seem to prefer cooked foods over raw.
Paul MacLean - Obituary - New York Times
Science & Tech  (tags: APES, BRAIN, discovery, GeneticEngineering, interesting, science, scientists, technology, tech, research )


- 4145 days ago - nytimes.com
Paul MacLean, 94, Neuroscientist Who Devised 'Triune Brain' Theory, Dies
Early-Human Fossils Called "Small-Brained, Tree-Climbing, Meat-Eating Midgets"
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, evolution, fossils, meat-eating, apes )

Eduardo
- 4256 days ago - itwire.com
The skeletons of three adults and one teenager in the central Asian country of Georgia are believed to be 1.77-million-year-old examples of the earliest known genus Homo ever found outside of Africa. They contain both apelike and human features.
   

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