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EXAM 3 REVIEW SHEET PROF. SINELLI—THE HUMAN SPECIES Ape lectures: For each of the apes listed below, you will need to know: - Where the ape fits into the chart (What groups are above? What groups are below? What groups are at the same level? - General characteristics of the group, including their geographic range, diet, means of locomotion, arboreal or terrestrial, which of the six forms of group structure they exhibit, and unique morphological traits . ALL THIS MATERIAL SHOULD BE ON YOUR PRIMATE SHEETS. -Hominoids (apes and humans) -Hylobatidae (gibbons and siamangs) -Pongidae (all great apes) -Pongo (orangs) -Gorilla -Pan -troglodytes (common chimp) -paniscus (bonobo) Ape behavior - Ape’s group structure. Understand the structure and which species are in each 1. Solitary/noyau (oranges) 2. Monogomous (gibbons) 3. Age graded male groups (gorilla) 4. Fission/fusion groups (chimps) - Reproduction: consortship, estrus, and how bonobos are different - Examples of primate “protocultural” behavior
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2009 for the course ANT 2511 taught by Professor Sinelli during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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