This book is an attempt to look broadly at the biological Order of Man. It reviews more than two decades of study of present-day primates using data and methods not hitherto made available in one place nor to the general reader. It is the third book in a series. The first, Form and Pattern in Human Evolution: Some Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Approaches, describes some modern methods available for the study of biolog- ical form and function with especial reference to the primates.
Subjects: Biological Sciences
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