5 - Highly endangered Live in Indonesia o Gorilla: Very...

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Anthropoids Monkeys: o Arms and legs of similar length o Move on all flours Not orthograde (horizontal torso) o Almost all have tails o Catarrhines (Old World Monkeys) Arboreal and terrestrial in Africa and Asia o Platyrrhines (New World Monkeys) Arboreal in Central and South America Prehensile tails Apes: o Longer arms than legs Move arm-over-arm Orthograde posture Knuckle-walking o Live in forest and woodlands o Gibbons Primarily arboreal
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Unformatted text preview: Highly endangered Live in Indonesia o Gorilla: Very large 400 lbs, 6 tall Vegetarian Mostly terrestrial Lowlands and mountains of Africa Social group includes Silver Back o Chimps and Bonobos Live in mixed environments in Africa Prefer fruit but omnivores Weigh 100 200 lbs Studied extensively Bonobos have interesting social and sexual habits...
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