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The primates of Madagascar
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Out of Africa again ... and again
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The human chin revisited: what is it and who has it?
Although the presence of a "chin" has long been recognized as unique to Homo sapiens among mammals, both the ontogeny and the morphological details of this structure have been largely overlooked.Expand
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Madagascar's Lemurs: Cryptic diversity or taxonomic inflation?
We live in inflationary times. A quarter of a century ago, cigarettes were about $1 a pack in New York City, a bottle of Château Beaucastel set you back $15, and there were 36 different species ofExpand
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Species recognition in human paleontology
Whatever their exact nature (rarely if ever specified), current generalcriteria for distinguishing species in the human fossil record are deficient Moreover, in discussing species distinctions,Expand
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The Human Fossil Record
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Becoming Human: Evolution and Human Uniqueness
Prologue The creative explosion The brain and intelligence: Humans and apes Evolution for what? Starting out Becoming human Being human Postscript Further reading
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Lemur Diversity in Madagascar
A basic understanding of the taxonomy, diversity, and distributions of primates is essential for their conservation. This review of the status of the taxonomy of lemurs is based on a 5-d workshopExpand
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Distribution, Abundance, and Putative Ecological Strategy of Macaca fascicularis on the Island of Mauritius, Southwestern Indian Ocean
We estimate that between 25,000 and 35,000 long-tailed macaques, Macaca fascicularis, live on the island of Mauritius, 1,865 km2, in the western Indian Ocean, and we deta
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Metaphysics and the origin of species
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