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    Scientists Unveil Missing Link In Evolution

    Scientists have unveiled a 47-million-year-old fossilised skeleton of a monkey hailed as the missing link in human evolution.

    The search for a direct connection between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom has taken 200 years - but it was presented to the world today at a special news conference in New York.

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    Is this Ida, the lemur? I recently saw a documentary on her, fascinating. She is one of the branches on the tree of evolution, and was preserved unbelievably well. Quite a find!

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    I thought the missing link lives in Romania.

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    This is so exciting!

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    I thought my cat was the missing link, he picks things up with his toes, but...

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    ROFLMAO, looks like that posum was road kill before it had a chance to evolve?

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