Inside a desk drawer at a Chinese museum, a British paleontologist came across the face and jaw bones of a long-dead gibbon in 2009. Five years earlier, scientists had discovered the bones inside an elaborate 2,200-year-old tomb belonging to a woman of Chinese royalty. It’s not unusual to find the…
Source: Mashable: An extinct gibbon was found buried in an ancient tomb. Did humans kill them off?

   
   
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