Bio A 201 HW 3 - Homework Assignment 2 Bio A 201 Summer...

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Homework Assignment 2 Cameron St-Hilaire Bio A 201 Summer 2009 Monkeys Description: Monkeys are social primates that live in the forest and have become very adapted to this environment. A slender body helps monkeys travel through the trees with agility as well as move with great speed. As quadrapeds, monkeys cannot swing from branches for they lack the range of motion in their shoulders, but they can run and jump effortlessly from tree to tree. Most species have long, thin fingers which are helpful in foraging for their diet predominantly made up of fruits and insects. Video 1 “Baboons vs Flamingos” One baboon picking ticks off of another, uninterested, chasing after birds, The video “Baboons vs Flamingos” shows a few baboons who are normally not in contact with many flamingos. They carry about their own business as if the birds were not even around to begin with as they clean each other of parasites. At some point, however these carnivorous animals find some interest in the massive flocks of flamingos,
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2010 for the course BIOL BIO 101 taught by Professor Drumheller during the Spring '10 term at University of Washington.

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Bio A 201 HW 3 - Homework Assignment 2 Bio A 201 Summer...

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