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How do hominids differ from monkeys and apes
Weegy: A hominid is any member of the biological family Hominidae (the "great apes"), including the extinct and extant humans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans. User: NO Weegy: ok User: what about the monkeys and apes Weegy: A hominid is any member of the biological family Hominidae (the "great apes"), including the extinct and extant humans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans. User: so there is no difference? (More)
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Apes differ from monkeys in several ways. Apes have no tail and generally have a larger body weight than most other primates. They have a more upright body posture and a broad chest.... ... - Answers.Ask.com Hominids are part of a biological family and include apes, humans and most monkey a...
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Apes differ from monkeys in several ways. Apes have no tail and generally have a larger body weight than most other primates. They have a more upright body posture and a broad chest.... ... - Hominids are part of a biological family and include apes, humans and most monkey a...
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can i kill myself
Weegy: how can I kill myself without hurting myself? (More)
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ofcourse not. i believe we cannot take our lives that is given to us by God. if you have problems you just have to endure it. time will come when you will be stronger. do you have another question for weegy?
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Oh no...most definently not! It is not good at all that you are feeling this way. You should go see a doctor as soon as possible. Thoughts like these are not healthy. Im sure a doctor will help you get these feelings to subside
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Relative dating provides an ____ of the age of a rock layer or fossil
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estimation
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Relative dating provides an ESTIMATION of the age of a rock layer or fossil.
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Sedimentary rocks
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Sedimentary rocks are rocks formed by the consolidation of sediments, which may include clastic fragments derived from parent rocks by weathering or erosion by water, ice or wind; biogenic material such as shells; or chemical precipitates such as sal
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Sedimentary rocks are types of rock that are formed by the deposition of material at the Earth's surface and within bodies of water.
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List other evidence of evolution.
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Gems from the fossil record
1 Land-living ancestors of whales
2 From water to land
3 The origin of feathers
4 The evolutionary history of teeth
5 The origin of the vertebrate skeleton
Gems from habitats
6 Natural selection in speciation
7 Natural selection in lizards
8 A case of co-evolution
9 Differential dispersal in wild birds
10 Selective survival in wild guppies
11 Evolutionary history matters
Gems from molecular processes
12 Darwin’s Galapagos finches
13 Microevolution meets macroevolution
14 Toxin resistance in snakes and clams
15 Variation versus stability

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