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ANT 152 W03 M2-1

ANT 152 W03 M2-1 - Anthropology 152 Winter 2003 Midterm#2...

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Anthropology 152 Winter 2003 Midterm #2 Key Total = 100 Multiple Choice = 2 pts. each 1. In the great Sahel, in the land of Chad; They found a skull that was very odd. To call it an ape just isn’t fair, ‘Cause its canine A. was sectorial. B. was 3 million years old. C. had apical wear. D. all of the above. E. A and B only. 2. Sahelanthropus tchadensis 3. The paleoenvironment associated with the earliest hominids 4. Orrorin tugenensis 5. In most aspects of their craniodental morphology the earliest hominids are ape-like. This implies that A. they should be classified in the family Pongidae. B. they are close to the last common ancestor of apes and people. C. these ape-like traits are synapomorphies relative to later species of hominid. D. all of the above. E. B and C only. Page Total = 10
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