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Mountain Gorilla, Article by Adrian Warren - page 1 of 6
Family Hylobatidae) and the great apes (gorillas, chimpanzees and orang-utan, Family Pongidae). None of the apes possess a tail, and their forelimbs are longer than their hindlimbs. The lesser apes ...
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GrungyApe - Primate Classification
The Ape itself can be divided further into two categories: Lesser Apes - Gibbons and Siamang. Greater Apes - Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Orangutans, Pongidae homologous (Homo Habilis). Homo Habilis is also ... The family most closely related to the Hominidae today is the Pongidae, the anthropoid apes including the gorilla, the chimpanzee, and the orangutan. These are believed to have ...
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Mammals
Marmosets, or Tamarins Cebidae: New World Monkeys Cercopithecidae: Old World Monkeys Hylobatidae: Gibbons, or Lesser Apes Pongidae: Great Apes Hominidae: People, Human Beings Xenarthra: Xenarthrans Megalonychidae: West Indian Sloths and Two-toed Tree ...
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Conservation International - Site Map
Gorillas Pandas Pandas Tigers Corals Lemurs More Primates Prosimians Old World Monkeys New World Monkeys Lesser Apes Great Apes Communities Land Use Oceans Freshwater Explore Interactive Map Priority Areas The Hotspots Wilderness Areas ...
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Conservation International - More Primates
The apes, divided into the great apes -- orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos -- and the lighter-bodied ``lesser apes,'' the gibbons and siamangs. Finally, ... whenever possible. Lesser Apes Restricted to the deciduous monsoon and evergreen rainforests of Southeast Asia, the lesser apes include gibbons and siamangs. Great Apes The great apes are the largest ...
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March 5, 2002: Our Closest Relatives Are Disappearing
Logging and, to a lesser extent, mining companies have penetrated forests, with their settlements increasing bushmeat demand, while their ... format FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Russell Mittermeier, "Biodiversity Issues Affecting Primates," keynote paper from The Apes: Challenges for the 21st Century, Brookfield Zoo, Chicago, May 2000. John F. Oates et ...
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Conversations with trees
Beside my house is a ... Someone reminded me the other day of a scene from the movie "Children of a Lesser God," about a hearing-impaired woman's and a hearing man's relationship. In the ...
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Primates
C Africa Lorises Galago crassicaudatus Greater bushbaby E Africa Lorises Galago senegalensis Lesser bushbaby W Africa Lorises Galago inustus Needle-clawed bushbaby Lorises Galago Galagoides demidovii ... Indonesia Great apes Pan troglodytes Chimpanzee V Africa Great apes Pan paniscus Pygmy chimpanzee V W Africa Great apes Gorilla gorilla Lowland gorilla V W Africa Great apes Gorilla gorilla ...
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