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Department
Anthropology
Course
CAS AN 102
Professor
Matt Cartmill
Semester
Spring

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Dental Apes Monday, March 04, 2013 10:04 AM Micone then a gap When we pick up again, apelike skulls called dental apes Their teeth are y-5 However, still look very monkeylike Prominent snout Large nasal opening Definitely quadrapedal Proconsul heleloni: Ape teeth Monkey post cranials Nachoolapithecus kerioi Clavicle is finally right But otherwise is the same monkeywise Africa larger Europe End of the miocene, possible ancestors Morotopithecus Reduced galloping muscles
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