Primate Fact Sheets
Primate Evolution contains information on the theories of primate evolution, how platyrrhines (New World monkeys) arrived on South America, tree-shrews as primates, a taxonomy of extinct primates (including Plesiadapiformes), and a listing of links on the internet about primate evolution.
|Primate Fact Sheets|
Primate Fact Sheets contains information on morphology, range, ecology, locomotion, social behavior, communication, and reproduction of each species of primate, which includes the monkeys, prosimians, and apes.
Primata Links are selected links with information about primates on the internet. Most of the information is related to the behavior of primates, which is a fine supplement to Primate Fact Sheets.
Primate Conservation is selected information concerning primate conservation, including lists of critically endangered and endangered primate species.
Primate Taxonomy is an overview of selected taxonomies of the order Primata. Also included are links to websites related to primate taxonomy.
|Primate Related Definitions|
Primate Related Definitions are definitions related to primatology and can help to understand prosimians, monkeys, and apes better.
This site created, edited, coordinated, and written by Sean Flannery, 1999-2006.
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Last updated: January 2, 2006.
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