Ape [verb]

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Except in this novel, it’s almost all of the animals—monkeys, apes, big cats, bears, and wolves—that are disappearing.

We aren’t God’s final and most perfect creation, after all, but merely one more product of the same evolutionary process that gave rise to apes, lampreys, and limpets.

It turned out to be a roughly 13-million-year-old molar from a small-bodied ape related to modern gibbons.

After finding the Ramnagar molar in 2015, Gilbert’s team compared it with corresponding teeth of living and extinct apes and monkeys.

People would gather to watch the apes in Rwanda’s national parks.

Widder Morse wants to ape these well-to-do folks that live tother end o Whiffle Street.

In the cave of Naulette, near Dinant, Belgium, has been found the lower jaw of a man of decidedly ape-like aspect.

The lower jaws in both were heavy, while the woman was almost destitute of a chin—a marked ape-like characteristic.

This disposition the man-ape lost as its foot fitted itself to the surface of the ground.

It is quite within the limits of probability, for instance, that the man-ape at an early date became omnivorous in its diet.