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Fossils show how primate suffered from climate change 34 million years ago

Climate change 34 million years ago that made Asia dramatically cooler and dryer could help explain why humans evolved in Africa, not Asia, where humanlike species first popped up, scientists say.

Scientists from the University of Kansas who found a “mother lode” of primate fossils in southern China, where the animals likely clustered for a warmer climate, plan to publish their findings in Science,  reports Phys.orgSM