Similarities in Human and Nonhuman Primates: Familial Relationships
Familial Relationships 2
Similarities in Human and Nonhuman Primates: Familial Relationships.
There have been thousands of research projects concerning socio-cultural experiments and interpretations. Due to this, observations have been recorded on social and family groups within the human primate and non-human primate society; as well as the similarities between them and the deviant, aberrant behavior patterns that result.
In the smaller primates there are 2 major classes of monkey--Old World, which are tree dwellers and will regularly come down from the treetops to forage for food and have cheek pouches for carrying it, and New World monkeys who show sexual dimorphism.
Old World monkeys have pads for sitting called ischial callosities and have a more opposable thumb than the New World monkeys. New World monkeys are the only group that has a prehensile tail. Old World monkeys will be the primary focus of the forthcoming information.
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