Ni's team suspects that anthropoids
evolved in Asia from earlier primates around 55 million years ago (SN: 6/29/13, p.
are the forerunners of present-day monkeys, apes and humans.
Prior to this I had read very thoroughly, and as usual, not once but several times, Koehler's article 'Investigation of the Intellect of Anthropoids
.' Thus I was able to read about the experiments and to have the facts of the given experiments before my eyes.
excluded by the dominant male could thus have left the group and the "exogamy" would have been installed without any sacrifice.
Compared to adapiforms like Ida, Beard concluded, Asian amphipithecids like Ganlea were infinitely stronger candidates for the much-coveted title of ancestors to the anthropoids
So, in New Scientist's final analysis, while "Ida is a remarkably complete specimen that promises to teach us a great deal about the biology of some of the earliest and least human-like of all known primates, the Eocene adapiforms," the fossil "is not a 'missing link'--at least not between anthropoids
and more primitive primates.
However, she is not really an anthropoid
either, he said.
1 Venus; 2 Dogs; 3 Green; 4 Spain; 5 Woods; 6 Conservative; 7 Berry; 8 Cartland; 9 Train; 10 Apes (or anthropoids
); 11 Brad Pitt; 12 Europe; 13 Skittles; 14 Knockout; 15 (Sir) Sean Connery; 16 Warming; 17 Four-and-twenty (42); 18 Boards; 19 Tomato; 20 Rose.
We are restless anthropoids
nurtured in the luxurious hothouse of Africa, toughened and honed to a fighting edge by the Ice Ages.
We would like to offer a hypothesis (1) and several conjectures regarding the founding of religion as one condition of several in the development of modern man from pre-human anthropoids
. In presenting this hypothesis we should like to use the term of "metanoesis" (Bernhardt; 1947) to indicate pre-human ("animalistic") attempts to achieve problem resolution without the use of problem-solving capabilities.
The Somalis are uniformly grasping, creepy and savage--dark-skinned anthropoids
with submachine guns.
witnessed continents move,' he rhapsodises.