Apes and humans differ from all of the other primates in that they lack external tails.
They also are more intelligent and more dependent for survival on learned behavior
patterns. There are several internal body differences as well, such as the abse
UNIVERSITY OF LAVERNE
Roger A. Montminy
PLSC 420 Peace & War
March 23, 2016
In this essay I will explain what compellence, deterrence, and appeasement mean, what
the differences are, and provide examples for each.
The challenge for poli
Neanderthals and Archaic Homo sapiens
A Review of Middle Pleistocene evolution
Middle Pleistocene Culture
Neanderthals: Late Archaic H. Sapiens
Culture of Neanderthals
Evolutionary Trends in the
Chapter 5: Primates
What is a Primate?
First, primates are members of the
vertebrate class: Mammalia
+ 4000 mammals
Primates are part of the subgroup of
Three types of primates
Monkeys (Old World and New World)
Question: Which features characterize the Homo genus?
Response: The genus Homo has a number of physical characteristics that define it, including a
larger brain, especially in comparison to the earlier australopithecines. In addition, the face and