The first gorilla genome and a more detailed look at chimp genetics provide new clues to evolution of humans and their closest relatives
Reading the genetic instruction books of gorillas and chimpanzees has provided more insight into what sets humans apart from their closest primate relatives. The two new studies also provide details about how these primate species may have evolved.
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