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Human - chimp common ancestor

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Family tree image of human and chimp splitting off from a common ancestor.
Transcript:
family tree image of human and chimp splitting off from a common ancestor.
Keywords:
ancestor family tree,common ancestor,tree image,human chimp,chimp,evolution
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