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Five categories of synapomorphic features distinguishing modern humans from the other living hominoids. We habitually (only) walk bipedally Our dentition and jaw musculature are different from those of non-human great apes in a number of ways. Ours is parabolic dental and they have more u shaped. We also have relatively thick enamel on our molars and reduced canine teeth size therefore we do not
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Unformatted text preview: have the honing complex which is self sharpening. Our molars are relatively large when compared to the rest of our teeth. ◦ We have much larger brains in relation to our body size. ◦ We develop slowly, with a long juvenile period when compared with other primates ◦ We depend on an elaborate, highly variable material to survive....
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