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ANT100Y1
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Tutorial Number: Circle day of ANTA01 class: Monday Tuesday Thursday Name: Student Number: ANTA01 Lab 3 (early hominins) Assignment Station One: Circle the letter next to the statement that is CORRECT (1 point): A) Australopithecus afarensis had a much larger brain than a chimpanzee B) Australopithecus afarensis had no browridges C) Both the chimpanzee and Australopithecus afarensis were prognathic Station Two: If you wanted to figure out whether or not Mrs. Ples was bipedal, you could specifically observe the position of the (2 points) foramen magnum . Station Three: Which of the following IS a feature of the “black skull”? (1 point) A) small molar teeth B) large sagittal crest C) face that is not prognathic Station Four: Which of the following would P. robustus’ teeth be best designed for? (1 point) A) cutting meat B) peeling
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