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Humans and gibbons have two different amino acids in their hemoglobin sequence. what does this say about the evolution of these two species?

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  1. Lorinda
    Answer is: human and gibbons have a recent common ancestor.

    Gibbon lineage diverged from that of great apes (The Hominidae) around 17 million years ago.

    Gibbons live in tropical and subtropical rainforests from Bangladesh and I ndia to China and Indonesia.
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