Describe the bipedal adaptations that can be found in

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7. Describe the bipedal adaptations that can be found in the human femur.
8. What is the savanna hypothesis?
9. The pre-australopiths lived around:
10. Which of the following adaptations for bipedalism is not known to be present in the currently known pre-australopith fossils?
EXERCISE 1 BIPEDAL ADAPTATIONS OF THE CRANIUM Work in a small group or alone to complete this exercise. Examine the skeletal material provided by your instructor (or the photos in the Lab 14 Exercise Image Library on p. 421 ). 1. Which mystery primate is a biped?
A 2. Describe one adaptation seen in this primate’s cranium that indicates bipedal locomotion.
3. How does this adaptation help the primate to move bipedally?
EXERCISE 2 BIPEDAL ADAPTATIONS OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN Work in a small group or alone to complete this exercise. Examine the skeletal material provided by your instructor (or the drawings in the Lab 14 Exercise Image Library on p. 421 ). 1. Which mystery primate is a biped?

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