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Unformatted text preview: Epoch / Climate/ Foccil Species Plesiadapids Morphology Habits Time Geography Paleocene Hotter, Humid, Antartctica 65.555.8 habitable, Whole world covered by MYA forest Primatelike Likely did not socialize animals, Small Nocturnal boddies quadripeds with good NOT primates: sence of smell No Diet, insects and seeds postorbital bar Claws, not nails Eyes on side of head Large Eocene Similar to pleocene Adepidae Size 100g6.0kg Diurnal and Nocturnal Incisor mainly Forms 55.8 YES primates quadripeds, some small ate fruit and 33.9 specialized leapers inisects, larger ate more Primate like teath, fruit and leaves and limbs adapted Lead to Lemus? Omomyidae Size: 45g2.5 kg Mainly for arboreal lifestyle Some nocturnal, some arboreal Teath diurnal Adapted for insects and fruit, not many for leafs Oligocene South americal still Three Three Haplorphine Thory of Origin Might Lead to Tarsiers? 33.9 and island Taxonomic Features: have raften over from Climate africa, as land was 23 MYA Groups: Fused frontal cooler, ocean Paraphilthecidae bone Full closer in that time currents changing, postorbital closure Lower sea levels Propliophithcidae Fused mandibular Platyrhhi Early climate to Old world today, cooled off Monkeys, and the symphasis towards later period evolution of apes Early Monkeys and Large body, no tail Apes transition Miocene towards present day 2316 MYA apes (walking, instead of hanging) Mid Ape like Widespread around catarrhines world, and diverse Miocene Miocene 1611.6 Late MYA Miocene 11.6 5.3 MYA Apes Apes began to die out due to cooler climate and forest diminishing Pliocene Land masses move End of the "Ape to connect north Age" Monkeys and south america Come back Two Main Taxa of Fluctuation in Primates Fossil Monkeys that don't global temperature Ceropithecinae eat leaves Fossil Colobinae Monkeys that eat Defined by vats that leaves that still run divest leaves aorund today Location South American Primates Primates first apear in south america toweards late Oligocene Europe and Asia Asisa and Africa ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course ANTHROPOLO ANT100Y taught by Professor Watts,lehman,danesi,barker during the Spring '10 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.
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