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As "Darwinism" became widely accepted in the 1870s, good-natured caricatures of him with an ape or monkey body symbolised evolution.
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As "Darwinism" became widely accepted in the 1870s, good-natured caricatures of him with an ape or monkey body symbolised evolution.

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  1. A hypothetical primate once thought necessary to explain a perceived evolutionary gap between apes and humans, see Transitional fossil.
  2. Any sought-after or valuable intermediary figure or position.

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