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Primates Sexual Dimorphism
Sexual dimorphism is the study of morphological, physiological, and behavioral differences between males and females of the same species. Most primates are sexually dimorphic for different biological characteristics, such as body size, tooth size, facial structure, skeletal dimensions, color, and markings and vocalization. However, such sex differences are primarily limited to the anthropoid primates, most of the primates are monomorphic. Body size and tooth size ranges from species to species generally, male body size and tooth sizes are larger than that of the females. And males have greater volume of facial structure.