For over twenty five years the cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology series has published broad and integrated approaches to biological anthropology synthesising current research and thinking in a given area these volumes have served to introduce undergraduate and graduate . The primate fossil record is the first comprehensive treatment of primate palaeontology for 20 years profusely illustrated and up to date this important new referen ce work explores the history of the discovery and interpretation of primate fossils ranging from primate origins to the advent of anatomically modern humans. Fossil primates cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology book 70 kindle edition by susan cachel download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading fossil primates cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology book 70. This is a list of fossil primates extinct primates for which a fossil record exists primates are generally thought to have evolved from a small unspecialized mammal which probably fed on insects and fruits however the precise source of the primates remains controversial and even their arboreal origin has recently been questioned. Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology the primate fossil record series number 33 by walter carl hartwig 9780521081412 available at book depository with free delivery worldwide
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