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What Characteristics Do All Primates Share?

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In spite of many differences in species, all primates have a number of characteristics in common. These include a shortened snout, a variety of types of teeth, and eye orbits that face forward.
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The Primates are an ancient and diverse eutherian group, currently with around 233 living species placed in 13 families. Most dwell in tropical forests. The smallest living primate is the pygmy marmoset, which weighs around 70 g; the... More >>
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