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Prashanthan Oct/02/2012 Primates (Video) Notes  Mode of locomotion On exam  How they define social boundaries Life on Trees Video Lemur  Usually nocturnal to avoid competition with diurnal monkeys  Locomotion: Quadrupedal, vertical clingers/leapers (some can’t walk b/c they can only jump)  Communicate mostly through olfaction (produce scents from glands), sight and sound (cries) Monkeys  Diurnal (except one species)  Locomotion: Brachiation (swinging from branch to branch), vertical clingers/leapers, quadrupedal  Dull sense of smell, can see in colour (unlike lemurs),
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