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- About Apes
- The Godfather – but with chimpanzees: on set with War for the Planet of the Apes
- The untold story of evolution | Science | The Guardian
- Mais acessadas de Guano Apes
There are two types of lesser apes: There are four types of great apes: Chimpanzees are great apes that live in the tropical rain forests of Africa from Sudan and Tanzania in the East to Senegal and Angola in the West. Democratic Republic of the Congo has the largest population, although chimpanzees have become extinct in some areas.
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- The untold story of evolution?
They grow to reach heights of three to five feet, and weigh up to to pounds. They are predominantly black, sometimes with gray on their back after 20 years of age. Distinctive habits and characteristics of chimpanzees include: There are four distinct populations of chimpanzees in Africa: Endangered Status The current chimpanzee population is estimated to be between 80, to , The number one threat is the bush meat trade that results in 6, chimpanzees per year being killed and eaten by humans.
Chimpanzees are currently threatened to extinction by habitat destruction for logging and mining, as well as poaching for the exotic pet trade. When poached, mothers are killed, and if a baby survives the fall of the mother from the tree, the baby is taken by poachers.
Orangutans are found in the tropical rain forests of only two islands in the world: Sumatra in Indonesia and Borneo in Malaysia and Indonesia.
They are the largest arboreal tree dwelling animal in the world, reaching heights of four to five feet and weights of to pounds or more. Orangutans are reddish-brown in color and some males grow white or yellow beards. Also characteristic are their bare faces with round eyes and small ears; their long, shaggy hair; long arms; and curled fingers and feet. They spend most of their time in trees and subsist mainly on fruit, leaves, flowers, buds, bark and insects.
Distinctive Habits and Characteristics. There are four sub-species of orangutan: Endangered Status The current population of orangutans is less than 60, individuals about 53, in Borneo and roughly 6, in Sumatra. They are gravely threatened to extinction due to habitat destruction logging, farming, gold mining and poaching for the exotic pet trade.
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Planet of the Apes Films directed by Matt Reeves.
The Godfather – but with chimpanzees: on set with War for the Planet of the Apes
Films by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. At some point, early humans get up and start moving. And there is more than one migration out of Africa: And they continue to differentiate into new species. At one point in human history, around 40, years ago, modern humans must have shared the planet with at least four other human cousins: Homo erectus , the Neanderthals , a strange, small-brained human found only on the island of Flores in Indonesia, affectionately known as the Hobbit; and most recent of all, species X: What gave early humans their get-up-and-go?
Why did humans develop large brains and long legs? Should the first mobile humans be classed as asylum seekers, driven from their native land by climate change? Or were they economic migrants, on the lookout for better opportunities in wide-open Europe and Asia? Brains are what biologists call expensive items: In other words, brains have to be fed. So a large, greedy brain becomes valuable only if it helps to deliver even more food and greater security.
So was the larger brain a genetic mutation that increasingly delivered a selective advantage in the struggle for survival?
The untold story of evolution | Science | The Guardian
And how did humans get from thinking about food-gathering strategies to thinking about taxonomy, tax-avoidance and Twitter? The big brain story may have begun in the trees. Arboreal primates that search over wide areas for food in the canopy seem to know what is good for them: They seem to have a notion of a balanced diet — protein-rich leaves and high-calorie fruits and not too much fibre — and they have been watched deliberately selecting plants with medicinal properties. All this requires a working memory, a mental map of where to go and what to look for.
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According to at least one study, the primates that hunt high and low for the quality fare tend to have larger brains than those that do not. Then the human story begins at some point with climate change: It would clearly be an advantage to stand up and walk on two feet, to see further, to have a hand free to carry an infant.
Pair bonding — love and marriage to non-biologists — is already an evolutionary feature, and a bipedal male could go further to find food for his family, and carry it back. But there is another view worth considering: Orangutans, for instance, walk bipedally. So there could have been a long period when early members of the not-yet-human family walked on the ground, and lived in trees.
And by this time, brain size had begun to increase.
There are new challenges, new opportunities, new foods to try and new difficulties to overcome. In the past three decades, researchers have floated a number of ideas about how the human story might have developed.
Did hominids start to develop bigger brains because they lost most of their body hair? A hairless human with a talent for exuding sweat would be at less risk of overheating; longer legs would enhance the surface-to-volume ratio and keep the brain cool; and as a bonus, ticks, lice and other parasites would have nowhere to hide. Or did hominids become free to develop bigger brains because their jaw muscles began to shrink, allowing the cranium to expand? Did early humans start to develop even bigger brains because they became increasingly efficient endurance runners that could get to a carcass before the hyenas and vultures, and strip away a nourishing meal of meat, fat and marrow?