“So, do you swing by your prehensile tailÃ‚Â here often?”
Early human ancestors and chimpanzee ancestors may have mated and produced offspring, according to a new DNA study.
The study suggests that the human and chimp lineages initially split off from a single ape species about ten million years ago. Later, early chimps and early human ancestors may have begun interbreeding, creating hybridsÃ¢â‚¬â€and complicating and prolonging the evolutionary separation of the two lineages.
Researchers found dozens of fossilized Pabst Blue Ribbon cans at a dig site, along with nearby cave hieroglyphics depicting a man asking a chimp, “got any homosapien in you? No? Want some?” and “I know milk does a body good, but baby, how much have you been drinking?”
By the way, the human/chimp breeding resulted in, you guessed it, this:
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