Fossil raises puzzling questions about how upright body plan of great apes evolved

For decades, scientists have recognized the upright posture exhibited by chimpanzees, gorillas, and humans as a key feature separating the “great apes” from other primates, but a host of questions about the evolution of that posture—particularly how and when it emerged—have long gone unanswered. —> Read More Here


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