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Chapter 3

ANTH 1220 Chapter 3: Topic 25
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1220
Professor
Ellen R.Judd
Semester
Winter

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c78 1 family = Cercopithecidae Differences Between Cercopithecoidae and Hominoidae Features Cercopithecoidae Hominoidae Tail External Internal (coccyx) Trunk Longnarrow Broad chest, flat rib cage, deeper sideside Locomotion Rest on palms of hands Rest on knucklesfeet Teeth Molar with pairs of cusps with Y5 Molar pattern crests NOT valleys Cercopithecidae Family (PrimatesAnthropoidsCatarrhiniCercopithecoidaeCercopithecidae) 2 sub families: Cercopithecinae and Colobinae Cercopithecinae Subfamily (PrimatesAnthropoidsCatarrhiniCercopithecoidaeCercopithecidae Cercopithecinae) Baboons Habitat: moved out of tropical forest to grassland at same time as humans (Competed for same resources, influenced human evolution) Diet: omnivore 3 geni: mandillius, papio and theropithecus (extinct) Colobinae Subfamily (PrimatesAnthropoidsCatarrhiniCercopithecoidaeCercopithecidae Colobinae) Colobus monkey Features: arboreal, specialized stomach for digesting leaves Hominoidae Super family (PrimatesAnthropoidsCatarrhiniHominoidae) 3 families: Hylobates (lesser apes)
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