ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Herpes B Virus, Postorbital Bar, Prehensile Tail

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Monkey b virus: one of the diseases that monkeys can pass to human through broken skin. This disease dissolves the brain (lethal to humans) but not harmful to the monkey itself. Crepusclar: active at dawn & dusk (popular for insect eating animals bug come out at night) Cathemeral: active any time of day or night depending on food availability at abundance. Dental too comb (their lower teeth have adapted to form together like a comb) Moist rhinarium (wet nose important for species who use their noses) Unfused mandibular and frontal symphases (two halves of bone in the forehead that fuse together not completely, and jaw squiggly line) Postorbital bar (no bone at the back of the eye) Only found in madagascar and comoro islands. Arboreal (in tree) quadrupeds (moving on all 4 legs) and leapers: some are partially terrestrial. Female dominance (women take priority for food resources, etc) Found throughout sub-saharan africa and south east asia.

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