ANTH 1001March 5

ANTH 1001March 5 - ANTH 1001 March 5, 2010 OWM: Cheek Pouch...

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ANTH 1001 March 5, 2010 OWM: “Cheek Pouch Monkeys” Baboons; Mandrill Have cheek pouches Old World “Leaf Eaters” Colobus; Proboscis monkey Have specialized stomach; so a lot eat foliage Old world Apes: Found primarily in Africa, Central Africa, SE ASIA, islands of S Pacific Larger than everything else generally 2.1.2.3/2.1.2.3. Nasal region same as old world monkeys *** Apes do NOT have tails*** Very broad shoulders and chests Tend to have smallest and shorter of the snouts Quadripedialism- tend to be knuckle walker Behaviorally- smaller tend to be more arboreal; others terrestrial Very diverse diets Longer maturation/ gestation- tend to have longest Cognitive studies-they are skilled to think reason and plan, tool use; ability to think higher don’t see in all others “Lesser Apes” Gibbons, Siamangs Smallest of apes true breakeaters- specializations, in skeletal and muscular, in wrist and upper torso
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ANTH 1001 taught by Professor Tague during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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