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Name __________________________________________ ANTH 171 Lab 2: Primate Taxonomy, Distribution and Anatomy Objectives: (1) Give a general understanding of the Order Primates – their classification and current distribution (2) Learn about the anatomical characteristics that are shared by most primates and those distinguishing features that differentiate each family and/or subfamily (3) Obtain a general understanding of the terms and concepts associated with classification and primate traits and trends Station I: Presented at this station is a map of the current distribution of the Order Primates. Based on the readings, lecture with Professor White and the brief lecture in the beginning of this lab; identify what groups of primates are located at each corresponding number: (1) (3) (2) (4) In class we discussed the difference between primates being adapted versus adaptable. (1) What is the problem with being “adapted” versus being “adaptable”? Give an example from class in explaining your answer.
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