Forty years on and still going strong : the use of hominin-cercopithecid comparisons in palaeoanthropology.

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Elton, S.;
(2006)

Hominin-cercopithecid comparisons have been used in palaeoanthropology for over forty years. Fossil cercopithecids can be used as a ‘control group’ to contextualize the adaptations and evolutionary trends of hominins. Observations made on modern cercopithecids can also ... View more
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