ANTH 1001 3-4

ANTH 1001 3-4 - ANTH 1001 3-4-08 -Social organization...

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ANTH 1001 3-4-08 -- Social organization (Adult) Male Female Noyau (dispersed polygyny) 1 Multiple Monogamy 1 1 Polyandry Multipl e 1 Polygeny-single-male 1 Multiple Polygeny-multiple-male Multipl e Multiple Chimpanzee – Genus Pan Two species: Pan troglodytes and Pan paniscus Geographical distribution: tropical Africa Chimp diet: Diet is characterized as frugivory . In addition to fruit, chimpanzees also eat leaves, insects, and occasionally hunt small mammals (e.g., colobus monkeys). Chimp Locomotion: Varied in locomotion Arm -swinging in trees Knucle-walking on the ground (on middle segments of finger, not really knuckles) Occasional bipedalism Know the fact: Only chimps and gorillas are knuckle-walkers among primates Chimps and gorillas are about as closely related to one another as we are to chimps and gorillas Chimp Morphology: Morphologies (also characteristic of all apes) Arms longer than legs arm/leg length= 1.08 Broad thorax advantageous for swinging in trees, can expand arms further apart
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