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Three Cheers for Science: 13 Million-Year-Old Skull May Show Ape and Human Common Ancestor

This is some next level ancestry.com type discovery.

A 13-million-year-old skull of an infant ape was just discovered in Kenya. with this scientists are given more insight into the ape evolution. The infant ape died in the forest and was covered in ashfall from a volcanic eruption.

Scientists have since named the skull “Alessi.” The skull gives us an idea of what the common ancestor of all living apes and humans would resemble.

Yay for Science!

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