Anthropology Update: Spanish Scientists Discover Ape Fossil Researchers in Spain say they've made a fossil find that could be close to the last common ancestor of all great apes and humans. We'll find out about the new member of the family tree.
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Anthropology Update: Spanish Scientists Discover Ape Fossil

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Anthropology Update: Spanish Scientists Discover Ape Fossil

Anthropology Update: Spanish Scientists Discover Ape Fossil

Anthropology Update: Spanish Scientists Discover Ape Fossil

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Researchers in Spain say they've made a fossil find that could be close to the last common ancestor of all great apes and humans. We'll find out about the new member of the family tree.

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David R. Begun, professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto