apes spines are straighter than ours femoral angle

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Unformatted text preview: Skull: framen magnum In humans- its in the center In apes- its in the back - need less musculature to hold our heads up than apes need. - Apes spines are straighter than ours Femoral Angle Human femur is angled in so that feet are centered. Feet Human foot has longitudinal arch. Arch absorbs shock and weight. Our big toe is forward for balance. Ape has flat foot & outer big toe for grasping. Early hominin finds East & South Africa Sahelanthropus- 6- 7 mya, very flat face and small teeth Orrorin- 6 m...
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