Biological anthropologists look at data that consists of . Fossilized human teeth and skulls: ancient and modern dna primate skeletons. Living modern humans: use that information to study the biology of humans and primates in the past and present. Tests will be taken from lectures, activities, labs and relevant material in either books. Each designed to be completed in a week. Due dates: modules 1-3 by june 6th, modules 4-7 by june 26th. If you feel (cid:449)ei(cid:396)d o(cid:396) ha(cid:448)e any dou(cid:271)t a(cid:271)out (cid:449)hat you"(cid:396)e doing ask fi(cid:396)st. Can move around in a 360 degree view. Learn the info presented in the labs: no time limit for activities, labs, etc, make sure to submit. Lab 1. 1: geography and geologic time: map intro, homosapiens" closest living relatives are primates. Chimpanzees, squirrel monkeys, and leaf monkeys in asia. Goes from central and south america, across africa, and into indonesia and southeast asia.