Scientists Call Fossil the 'Missing Link' in Evolution

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A fossil has been found that some some scientists are touting as the so-called "missing link" between apes and humans.
 
The skeleton - found in Germany - is nearly complete, and is said to be 47 million years old.

Click play for comments on the fossil find from Ken Ham of the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.

It's about the  of a small cat, with four legs and a long tail.

Researches claim the fossil provides a good indication of what human ancestors may have looked like.

Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., says there's nothing about the fossil that indicates that humans evolved from this creature.

Ham and his research team have studied the claims about the fossil and have information about that on their Web site, www.answersingenesis.org.

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