Scientists Debut A 47 Million-Year-Old Monkey Fossil - Stock Image

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NEW YORK - MAY 19: The 47 million year old fossilized remains of a primate is seen at the American Museum of Natural History May 19, 2009 in New York City. "Ida" is the most complete fossil primate ever found, it was preserved in Germanys Messel Pit and measures approximately 3 feet in length. Norwegian paleontologist Dr. Jorn Horum of the University of Oslo led the team that has secretly studied the fossil for the past two years. (Photo by Mario Tama)

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