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Anthro lecture Jan 27th (guest lecture travis Steffen’s).pdf
Anthro lecture Jan 27th (guest lecture travis Steffen’s).pdf

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School
University of Toronto Mississauga
Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT101H5
Professor
Sherry Fukuzawa
Semester
Spring

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Anthro lecture Jan 27th (guest lecture travis Steffen’s) Disappearing Species: saving primates through community conservation quiz: CCIT1080, 30 multiple choice, chapters 1-8 (excluding chapter 5) Overview – marvels of madagascar – plight of madagascar – what he does – conservation – planet madagascar – madagascar: 4th largest island in the world – people are indo-mlaysian origin – 18 tribes – 12 dialects – 12,00 species of plants – 80% are unique to that area (endemic) – different landscapes very diverse – lakes, savannahs, rivers – many bizarre bugs – over 100,000 species – 90% only found in madagascar – over 60 species of geckos – leaf-tailed gecko blends in with the tree – 150 species of chameleons – 1/2 the worlds species of chameleons live in madagascar – many birds – 1/3 of birds only found in madagascar – unique families of birds only live in madagascar – 204 species of mammals – 1/2 of the mammals in madagascar are lemurs
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