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Actually monkeys are primates but not the other way around.

The primates include lemurs, monkeys, and apes. The apes are the ones without tails, and we are apes. Among the great apes the chimpanzee and bonobo are closest, then we join in, then gorillas, and the orangutang is more distant. This is measuring by percentage of genetic material that is the same.

Yes, you heard it right. We are biologically more similar to chimps than either we or chimps are to gorillas.


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in thread Genetic Programming or breeding Perls by gumpu

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