Scientists succeeded in sequencing the genome of the rhesus macaque and found that the monkey shares 97.5 percent of its genes with humans and chimps. | Harper's Magazine

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Scientists succeeded in sequencing the genome of the rhesus macaque and found that the monkey shares 97.5 percent of its genes with humans and chimps.

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Scientists succeeded in sequencing the genome of the rhesus macaque and found that the monkey shares 97.5 percent of its genes with humans and chimps.

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