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ANTC23H3 Lecture Notes - Golden Lion Tamarin, Common Chimpanzee, Bonobo


Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTC23H3
Professor
Joyce Parga

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Lecture 1 May 10, 2011 Blue Font
SLIDE COURSE GOALS 3:
๎€An adaptive trait or behaviour increases an individualโ€™s reproductive success (RS)
relative to other individuals in the population
oExample: mate-guarding, and sexual jealousy in humans
SLIDE ANTHROPOIDS:
๎€Larger relative brain size than prosimians
๎€Reduced reliance on smell (visual communication more important)
SLIDE ANTHROPOIDS 2:
๎€Have slower life-history than prosimians (take more time to sexually mature, live
longer, have longer gestation lengths)
SLIDE APES (CONT.):
๎€**GREATER APES: Chimp, gorillas, orang-utans
๎€**LESSER APES: gibbons/siamangs
SLIDE CHIMPANZEES:
๎€Common Chimpanzees
(Pan troglodytes)
๎€Pygmy Chimpanzees (make love, not war)
(Pan paniscus), bonobos
SLIDE CHIMPANZEES (CONT.):
๎€Common Chimpanzees - Pygmy Chimp
๎€โ€œAlphaโ€ individual in a group is - some groups have an โ€œalphaโ€
female
always a male - copulation used in many contexts (to
lessen
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