Primates

Primates

Biological Anthropology and Archaeology. A quiz about primates and their characteristics.

published on April 06, 201255 responses 0 5.0★ / 5

Which three of these grades are NOT Prosimians?

Select the three correct answers
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5

What kingdom contains moulds, mushrooms and yeast.

Fungi
Monera
Plantae

What grade 5 primate do the features, completely terrestrial, semi quadrupedal and sexually dimorphic belong to?

Gorilla
Orang-utan
Lesser and great apes

Name 3 derived characteristics of Lemurs and Lorises (Grade 2)

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Long snout
Completely terrestrial
Post orbital bar
Prehensile
Seasonal breeders
Nails

Name 3 features of New world monkeys.

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Non-prehensile tail
Quadrupedal
Sideways Flaring nostrils
2 pre-molars
3 pre-molars

What grade 5 primate do the features, mainly arboreal, quadramanual adaption and sexually dimorphic, belong to?

Gorilla
Orang-utan
Lesser and great apes

The Kingdom Monera has which species?

All green plants
Protozoa, Slime mould and Yellow
Algae
Bacteria, Blue-Green Algae

Name 3 primitive characteristics of Tarsiers (Grade 3)

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Large Ears
2 pre-molars
Prehensile tail
Counter aggression
Grooming Claw
Lack of social behaviour

Name 3 primitive features of Grade 2 primates.

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Ischial Callosites
Moist Rhinarium
Dental comb
Expressionless face
Quadrupedal
Fierce biting in social behaviour

What grade 5 primate do the features, large bodies, no tail and large relative brain size, belong to?

Gorilla
Orang-utan
Lesser and great apes

Which 5 of these are traits that set Primates apart from other mammals?

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Claws not nails
Prehensile hands and feet
Black and white vision only
Eyes at the side of the face
Depth Perception
Downward facing nostrils
Erectness in upper body
Tactile Pads
Retention of clavicle

Name 3 features of Old world monkeys

Select the three correct answers
Sideways flaring nostrils
2 pre-molars
Quadrapedal
Downward flaring nostrils
Prehensile tail
3 pre-molars

Which of these grades are NOT primates

Grade 1
Grade 3
Grade 5