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Humans, chimps may have bred after split

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / May 18, 2006

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Boston scientists released a provocative report yesterday that challenges the timeline of human evolution and suggests that human ancestors bred with chimpanzee ancestors long after they had initially separated into two species. (Full article: 1180 words)

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