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anth200feb11 - ANTH Lecture 2/11/08 Focus on Lecture note...

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Focus on Lecture note Review session on Tuesday Concepts from yellow book reading 1, 3,4,5,7 Format: m/c , t/f, chart, matching, not years but chronicle, several short answers Lemurs found in Madagascar-biggest living prosimian (characterized by nose, whiskers) Lemurs have evolved thru convergent evolution (parallel) with monkeys Aye-aye=strangest lemur, middle finger is twice longer than other fingers Lemurs move by vertical clinging Perssimian& happloid- tarsier live in southeast Asia, very nocturnal, only purely carnivorous primate Elephant Bird (Aepyornis)- twice size as ostrich, can’t fly African monkeys evolved to lemurs in Madagascar People came from polynesia to Madagascar Many lemurs evolved and became extinct when people arrived They are not fossils but sub-fossils=old bones New World Monkeys (superfamily of Ceboidea) -idea (family member)
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2009 for the course ANTH 200 taught by Professor Stanford during the Fall '08 term at USC.

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anth200feb11 - ANTH Lecture 2/11/08 Focus on Lecture note...

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