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a canine that shows no wear on any surface. the Y-5 cusp pattern. the presence of a canine-premolar honing complex.
2 / 2 pts Question 14 The pelvis and gluteal muscles in apes and humans are
7/18/2020 Midterm 2: XL3_ANT-1-35238/35239/35438 OL (06/22-07/30) Physical Anthropology
8/25 0 / 2 pts Question 16 Incorrect Incorrect The two suborders of primates are
2 / 2 pts Question 15 The typical dental formula of lorises and lemurs is
7/18/2020 Midterm 2: XL3_ANT-1-35238/35239/35438 OL (06/22-07/30) Physical Anthropology
9/25 0 / 2 pts Question 18 Incorrect Incorrect The mouse lemur and the indri are improperly named since the “mouse” lemur is nearly gorilla-size, much larger than the indri. are found in the Old World and the New World, respectively.
2 / 2 pts Question 17 Living lemurs are found only in South America. Africa. Asia. Madagascar.
7/18/2020 Midterm 2: XL3_ANT-1-35238/35239/35438 OL (06/22-07/30) Physical Anthropology
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0 / 2 pts Question 19 Incorrect Incorrect A skull with a foramen magnum positioned at the back of the skull belongs
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7/18/2020 Midterm 2: XL3_ANT-1-35238/35239/35438 OL (06/22-07/30) Physical Anthropology 2 / 2 pts Question 21 How do primates communicate? through speech learned from primatologists through the use of symbols through vocalization and nonvocal gestures that serve a range of functions and contexts through a system of adaptation that varies among social groups
11/25 0 / 2 pts Question 22 Incorrect Incorrect Primate communication can be compared to human communication in that primate communication is very simple and across all the species consists of only a handful of “meaningful” sounds; this is entirely different from human language.

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