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Many scientists believe that language originated relatively recently, within the last 70,000-100,000 years, said a statement from CNRS.
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But the current study suggests that the articulation skills for speech may go back as far as 25 million years, to the last common ancestor shared by humans and monkeys, known as Cercopithecoidae.
Some researchers have argued that non-human primates -- along with Neandertals and human babies until age one -- were unable to make differentiated sounds necessary for language because their larynx was situated too high.