A IV Derived Traits of Primates B Order contains lemurs tarsiers monkeys apes

A iv derived traits of primates b order contains

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A. IV. Derived Traits of Primates B. Order- contains lemurs, tarsiers, monkeys, apes Large brain, short jaws - Grasping hands/feet - Forward-facing eyes - High parental care - Complex social behavior - Monkeys, apes - fully opposable thumb - "Recent" Human Evolution Closest living relative: Chimpanzees - We did not evolve from chimps, share common ancestor (diverged 6-7 mya) - Hominin: species on human "side" of human-chimp divergence - All originated in Africa - Homo sapiens is only living hominin, many extinct species - Ancestral Hominins Australopiths ~4mya a. Fully upright posture b. i. Homo Genus - appeared ~2.4 mya a. Homo sapiens only living member b. Homo habilis (~2.2 mya) - "handy man" tools c. Homo erectus (~1.8 mya) - 1st out of africa d. Homo neanderthalen (~500-28kya) - Europe and Asia - descended from 2nd migration out of Africa e. ii. Modern Humans - Homo Sapiens ~200kya, central Africa § Bigger brains § Fully dipedal traits § Small jaw, short "digestive" system § iii. C.
Language and symbolic though § Complex tools § Human Migration Eastern central Africa --> everywhere else "Out of Africa" - 3rd Out of Africa migration - interbred with other hominins ***fig 34.2 - iv.

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