UT ANT 301 - Comparing Primates (3 pages)

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Lecture number:
5
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Texas at Austin
Course:
Ant 301 - Physical Anthropology

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ANT301 1nd Edition Lecture 5 Outline of Last Lecture I Lemur Cont II Monkeys III New world monkeys IV Old world monkeys a Cheek pouches monkey b Leaf monkeys Outline of Current Lecture I Comparing catarrhines II Hominoids a Gibbons b Orangutans c Gorillas d Chimps e Humans Current Lecture Hominoids I Comparing catarrhines a Hominiods i No tail ii Simple molars b Cercopthecoids i Bilophodont ii Long trunk II Capitalized and underlined Genus a Gibbons Hylobates i Asian apes ii Smaller lesser apes These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute iii M F same size sexual monomorphism iv Social group 1 M F kid least common social group 2 Diet ripe fruit 3 Highly territorial you defend whatever patch of habitat you live in to get exclusive access to the resources v Exclusively arboreal suspensory arboreality suspend your wait over multiple branches vi Very long arms and short legs vii Brachiation mode of locomotion moving with your arms 1 Ricochetal crachiation both hands are off the branch viii Bipedal on ground large branch b Onrangs Pongo i Asian apes palm oil plantations in Indonesia decrease pongo habitat 1 F 81 M 170 ii Sexual dimorphism most extreme you will see iii great apes iv Social group solitary usually because there aren t enough food for the adults during masting events they come together v Diet ripe fruits vi Adult male with cheek flanges second puberty unflanged male does not get preferred mating opportunity 1 Orangutan rape 2 Females seek protection from unflanged male vii Loud calls to mark territory viii Highly arboreal ix Locomotion suspensor arboreal they don t brachiate x Quadrumanous 4 handed xi Orangutan tools 1 Manufacture and use tools 2 1 of 3 ape species that use tools in the wild 3 Tool use transmitted by children on their back looking at how mom uses learned by one generation to the next xii IUCN check for endangered species 1 7300 Sumatra



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