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A geneticist from the University of Chicago examined Oliver's chromosomes in 1996 and revealed that Oliver had forty-eight, not forty-seven, chromosomes, thus disproving the earlier claim that he did not have a normal chromosome count for a chimpanzee. Oliver's cranial morphology, ear shape, freckles and baldness fall within the range of variability exhibited by the Common Chimpanzee. Scientists performed further studies with Oliver, the results of which were published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Oliver (c. 1958 – 2 June 2012 was a common chimpanzee and a former performing ape once promoted as a missing link or "Humanzee" due to his unusually human-like face and a tendency to walk upright. Despite his somewhat unusual appearance and behavior, scientists determined in the 1990s that Oliver was not a human-chimpanzee hybrid.
I was browsing through the net when I was totally shocked that I saw an extinct species that was eerily similar to Oliver.
That species was the Gracile Australopithecus which was supposedly extinct 2.5 mil years ago.
Below is a photo of the extinct species:
Look at how eerily similar Oliver is to this species. They both are about the same stature, same height have the same "human" features on their face. More importantly both of them are bi-pedal. This is a very huge clue and a big evidence that Oliver was not a normal Chimpanzee as was proclaimed by the media. I have saw the documentary on Oliver, and in it there was a chimp trainer who has work with chimps all her life and said that chimp's bone structure was not built to walking upright for long periods of time. However, Oliver NEVER walked on all fours like normal chimps and walked upright all the time...
I just can't bend my mind how Oliver look so much alike the Gracile Australopithecus, if he was not one indeed he is very closely related to it. Supporting my theory is that Oliver was originally from Congo, Australopithecus originated from Africa.
I believe readily that human-ape hybrids are real even though the mainstream media would not like to admit. There are just too many accounts of wild-men encounters like the bigfoot of North America, the Yeti of Tibet, Ye-ren of China and the Almas of Russia, there are many many more if you do research.
Just think about it, there were many human-ape like creatures like Gigantopithecus and this Australopithecus who were supposedly "extinct", all of them were ape-like hairy creatures but walked upright...The Gigantopithecus is interesting because
it was said to have been extinct a mere 100'000 years ago and certainly have came across the path of Homo Sapiens.
Just think about it, we have apes, human-apes and humans. But now we are made to believe only apes and humans exists now???!! Obviously the media and government would have known better but they are keeping a quiet lip on this because if human-apes do exists, it will shock the world and it also pushes the boundaries of whether these human-apes are to be treated like humans or animals and what it means generally to be human.
Scientists say that the Coelacanth was extinct 66 million years ago, but they were wrong and the locals knew of the fish all along. Same with all these bigfoot reports, locals have their own names of these human-ape hybrids. Earth, even with the expanding population and encroaching of forests is still a VERY HUGE place with vast unexplored areas. I believe mysteries still exists, what say you?