Microbes provide insights into evolution of human language

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Svetlana Belova  Identity Verified
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Common ancestry Apr 27, 2014

Amazing finding. Another step to understanding our origin. It seems unbelievable that such a small bacteria can use the same type of communication as humans. Does it mean that every living creature on the Earth has common ancestry? There is so much to discover in our world.

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