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www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/library/faq/cat02.html

Humans are more closely related to modern apes than to monkeys, but we didn't evolve from apes, either. Humans share a common ancestor with modern African apes, like gorillas and chimpanzees.

www.sapiens.org/column/origins/monkeys-all-the-way-down

Like modern-day apes and monkeys, we evolved from ancient monkeys. And like all vertebrates with four-limbs, known as tetrapods, we evolved from the same ancient fishes. T he more living relatives we include in a family, the farther back we must go to find that family’s common fossil ancestors.

friendsofdarwin.com/articles/why-still-monkeys

Human beings did not evolve from modern-day monkeys; human beings and modern-day monkeys both evolved from an extinct common ancestor (which was also, colloquially speaking, ‘a monkey’). In the huge evolutionary family-tree of all the species that have ever lived on earth, humans and modern-day monkeys are close, living cousins.

www.livescience.com/32503-why-havent-all-primates-evolved...

Humans did not evolve from apes, gorillas or chimps. We are all modern species that have followed different evolutionary paths, though humans share a common ancestor with some primates, such as ...

www.thoughtco.com/common-misconceptions-of-evolution-1224618

However, this does not mean humans "evolved from monkeys." We share a common ancestor that is ape-like with old world monkeys and have very little connection to new world monkeys, which branched off the phylogenetic tree nearly 40 million years ago. 02. of 05.

www.monkeygene.com/if-humans-evolved-from-monkeys-why-are-there...

If evolution is true and we really did evolve from monkeys, why the hell are they still here? Similar questions have been among the most common ones asked of biologists for decades. It gets repeated in different forms: Why are there still chimps (or gorillas, or apes) if we evolved from them?

creation.com/did-humans-evolve-from-apes

Humans did not evolve from chimps, gorillas, or orangutans. However, according to Darwinian evolution, humans are related to modern apes in that we shared a common ancestor. However, according to Darwinian evolution, humans are related to modern apes in that we shared a common ancestor.

www.versiondaily.com/human-evolution-debunking-monkey-logic

In summary, when confronted with the question, “If we evolved from monkeys, then why are there still monkeys,” the best answer is to simply dismiss that humans evolved from monkeys. The theory of human evolution explains that humans share a common ancestor with apes and monkeys.

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20060825194157AASczNP

Best Answer: we didnt evolve from the species of monkeys you see today. we evolved from the homo sapiens, they existed around the same time as the neaderthols but the neanderthos species died out, we dont share any of the same blood with the neanderthols. before them there was the homo erectus, the first fully upright species of human, but they died out, and more before them.

www.scienceabc.com/eyeopeners/if-humans-evolved-from-apes...

If Humans Evolved From Apes, Why Do Apes Still Exist? Akash Peshin 1 year ago. ... It is a fairly common piece of scientific knowledge that humans evolved from monkeys. However, we only share 93% of our DNA with, say, a rhesus monkey. The more precise truth is that humans evolved from chimpanzees, with whom we share 99% of our DNA. Other than ...