Sir David Attenborough documentary 'reveals missing link in human evolution'
The BBC programme, expected to be screened later this month, could help to resolve the debate about which kind of primates humans are descended from.
Sir David will reveal the well-preserved frame of the small monkey-like creature on the programme.
The fossilised animal, thought to be at least 37 million years old, is a member of the extinct adapid family, and was discovered in a disused quarry in Germany.
Similar in appearance to modern lemurs, the young female has certain key differences which convinced researchers they have found the link to modern apes.
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