As I read through it I came to this line:
"Chimpanzees have been shown to act like humans in numerous instances. Recently, they were found to be routinely getting drunk in the wild."In the same manner,
Humans have been shown to act like chimpanzees in numerous instances. Recently, they were found to be routinely getting wild in civilization.
Maybe fossilized bones are not the only way to find the missing link between the haired ape and the hairless ape. Maybe shared behaviors need to count as well. I've always held the observation that it is not so much a question of how similar apes are to man but rather how similar we are to them.