alexa Primate Orgins: Connecting the Dots between Ecology, Behavior, and Anatomy

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Primate Orgins: Connecting the Dots between Ecology, Behavior, and Anatomy

The existing dispute over primate origins enters its ninth decade of investigation. Questions of when and why primate traits (e.g., grasping extremities, optic convergence, and brain enlargement) evolved remains central to this argument. A recent influx of long-term studies on modern primate dietary preferences and foraging behaviors allows a re-examination of the dominant theory regarding early primate evolution: the Nocturnal Visual Predation (NVP) hypothesis [1].

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