Newfound primate tooth take an enormous chew out of the evolutionary tree of life

Fossil hunters have discovered a part of an historic primate jawbone associated to lemurs — the primitive primate group distantly related to monkeys, apes and people, a researcher stories. Scientists named the brand new species Ramadapis sahnii and stated that it existed eleven to 14 million years in the past. It is a member of the traditional Sivaladapidae primate household, consumed leaves and was concerning the measurement of a home cat.
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