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Human Evolution

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PRIMATESANIMALS WITH FIVE FLEXIBLE FINGERS
PRIMATE EXAMPLESPROSIMIANS, MONKEYS, APES AND HUMANS
PRIMATE CHARACTERISTICSOPPOSABLE THUMB, BINOCULAR VISION, AND ENLARGED BRAIN
OPPOSABLE THUMBDIGIT THAT CAN BE BENT TOWARDS THE OTHER DIGITS
OPPOABLE THUMB ADAPTATIONALLOWS PRIMATES TO GRASP OBJECTS
BINOCULAR VISIONVISION IN WHICH BOTH EYES SIMULTANEOUSLY VIEW AN OBJECT; CREATES A THREE-DIMENSIONAL VIEW OF THE OBJECT
BINOCULAR VISION ADAPTATIONALLOWS PRIMATES TO JUDGE THE DISTANCE FROM ONE BRANCH TO ANOTHER
ENLARGED BRAIN ADAPTATIONALLOWS PRIMATES TO PROCESS INFORMATION FROM THE EYES AND TO COORDINATE HAND MOVEMENTS
PROSIMIANSMEANS BEFORE MONKEYS; NIGHT TIME DWELLERS WITH LARGE EYES
PROSIMIAN EXAMPLESLEMURS, LORISES, AND TARSIERS
ANTHROPOIDSDAYTIME PRIMATES WITH COLOR VISION
ANTHROPOID EXAMPLESMONKEYS, APES AND HUMANS
NEW WORLD MONKEYSLIVE IN CINTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA; HAVE TAILS AND LIVE IN TREES
NEW WORLD MONKEY EXAMPLESMONKEYS
OLD WORLD MONKEYSLIVE IN ASIA AND AFRICA; NO TAILS
OLD WORLD MONKEY EXAMPLESAPES AND HUMANS
APES INCLUDEGIBBONS, ORANGUTANS, GORILLAS, BONOBOS AND CHIMPANZEES
HOMINIDSHUMANS AND THEIR CLOSEST FOSSIL RELATIVES
RELATIVE DATINGDETERMINING THE AGE OF A FOSSIL BY COMPARING IT TO OTHER FOSSILS IN THE SAME LAYER OF ROCK
AUTRALOPITHECUSMEANS SOUTHERN APE
BIPEDALWALKING UPRIGHT ON TWO LEGS
AUTRALOPITHECUS ADAPTATIONWALKING UPRIGHT
AUSTRALOPITHECUS AFRICANUSDISCOVERED BY RAYMOND DART
AUSTRALOPITHECUS AFARENSISLUCY DISCOVERED BY DONALD JOHANSON
HOMO HABILISHANDY MAN; EVOLVED FROM AUSTRALOPITHECUS
HOMO ERECTUSUPRIGHT MAN; EVOLVED FROM HOMO HABILIS
HOMO SAPIENWISE MAN; EVOLVED FROM NEANDERTHAL MAN AN EARLY HUMAN
HOMOGENUS NAME; ADAPTATION WAS ENLARGED BRAIN

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