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'''Primatology''' is the study of the behaviorial and biological characteristics belonging to the members of the order [[Primate]]s.  It includes the study of the [[morphological evolution]] and [[speciation]] of the members of this order.  Humans are included in this order Primates under the subfamily [[Homininae]].  Other members include [[prosimian]]s, [[orangutan]]s, and [[chimpanzee]]s.
 
'''Primatology''' is the study of the behaviorial and biological characteristics belonging to the members of the order [[Primate]]s.  It includes the study of the [[morphological evolution]] and [[speciation]] of the members of this order.  Humans are included in this order Primates under the subfamily [[Homininae]].  Other members include [[prosimian]]s, [[orangutan]]s, and [[chimpanzee]]s.
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Revision as of 00:52, 15 February 2008

Primatology is the study of the behaviorial and biological characteristics belonging to the members of the order Primates. It includes the study of the morphological evolution and speciation of the members of this order. Humans are included in this order Primates under the subfamily Homininae. Other members include prosimians, orangutans, and chimpanzees.

- This article is currently being developed as part of a student project involving an Anthropology course at University of Colorado at Boulder. If you are not part of this project, please refrain from further developing this article until otherwise noted. Thank you.