I. A. Kolmanovsky

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It is widely accepted that the prehensile extremities have played a key role in primate evolution [6]. It is the hind limb that contributes most to the grasping function, which is provided through the big toe’s opposition [2]. The opposed hallux is a trait primitively shared by the entire order, which is believed to testify to its arboreal origin [6]. This(More)
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