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List Of Transitional Fossils - Human Evolution
... Relationships Status Description Image 36-32 Ma Genus Apidium The oldest primitive monkey known in the fossil record, dating back before the split between Old and New world monkeys ... Basal to both Old and New world monkeys ... Primitive traits Smaller canines than later monkeys such as Parapithecus Retains some post-cranial characters seen in prosimians Derived traits Fused mandibular symphysis Scapula similar to modern squirrel ...
Monkey?doggie!
... A monkey is a primate of the Haplorrhini suborder and simian infraorder, either an Old World monkey or a New World monkey, but excluding apes and humans ... There are about 260 known living species of monkey ... Monkeys are generally considered to be intelligent ...
Monkey?doggie! - Physical Description
... Monkeys range in size from the Pygmy Marmoset, at 140 to 160 millimetres (5–6 in) long (plus tail) and 120 to 140 grams (4–5 oz) in weight, to the male Mandrill, almost 1 metre (3.3 ft ... Some characteristics are shared among the groups most New World monkeys have prehensile tails while Old World monkeys have non-prehensile tails or no visible tail at ... Although both the New and Old World monkeys, like the apes, have forward-facing eyes, the faces of Old World and New World monkeys look very different, though again, each group shares some features such as the ...
Timeline Of Human Evolution - Homo Sapiens Taxonomy
... Dry-nosed" (literally, "simple-nosed") primates (apes, monkeys, and tarsiers) 40 infraorder Simiiformes "Higher" primates (or Simians) (apes, old-world monkeys ...
Human Evolutionary Genetics - Speciation of Humans and The African Apes - Divergence Times
... immune system of another species (human, chimpanzee, gorilla and Old World monkeys) ... However the distance to six different Old World monkeys was on average 2.46, indicating that the African apes are more closely related to humans than to monkeys ... The authors consider the divergence time between Old World monkeys and hominoids to be 30 million years ago (MYA), based on fossil data, and the immunological distance was considered to grow ...

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