What is the study of biological anthropology about?

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EXAM TWO, REVIEW GUIDE, COMPLETE Anthropology 101, Chivens, WN 2018 Meet the Primates/ Cultural Significance of Primates What is the study of biological anthropology about?
Why do anthropologists study non-human primates?
Know the difference between homologies and analogies .
What are the basic primate characteristics?
What do human non-human homologies indicate?
How does chimpanzees and bonobo social behavior differ?
In what ways are primates similar to humans?
o What kinds of activities is Kanzi asked to do in the segments we watched?
o What happens in the Radiolab segment from class? How does Kanzi react when a researcher gets into an argument with Sue Savage-Rumbagh in front of Kanzi?
Meet the (early) Humans! Hominin: A group consisting of modern humans, extinct human species and all our immediate ancestors o First appears: 5.8 MYA Early hominin chronology/taxonomy: o Ardipithecus o Australopithecus Anamensis o Australopithecus Afarensis o Australopithecus Africanus o Australopithecus Robustus o Australopithecus Bosei o Australopithecus Garhi o Homo Habilus o Homo Erectus o Archaic Homo Sapiens o Neanderthals Features of mosaic evolution in hominins. Defining features of the hominin line.

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