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Choose your favorite non-human to research. Identify your primate species by its taxonomic name (genus and species) AND its specific common name at the top of your response.
IMPORTANT: Choose a , not a general group term like “lemur” or “baboon”, not a taxonomic classification like “Haplorrhine” or “monkey”).
Using reliable sources , research where your chosen non-human primate species lives (region and habitat), what they eat, whether they are generally diurnal or nocturnal, how big they are (males and females), how active they are in general, the size of their groups and the dangers they face (predators, for example, each other, maybe?). You may include other details if you like, but the aforementioned are the required pieces of information for this assignment.
THEN: Compare your research with the information presented in the textbook. Does your brief research correlate with the information about the predicted balance between food quality consumed and energy expended as presented in the textbook? Do not leave this part out of your short essay response!
Write a brief ORIGINAL report on your findings ().
Do not include quotes or pictures. Tell me what you learned entirely.
Your name and the date of this assignment in the top left corner of your paper. DO NOT put my name or the course name/number at the top of the page.
Identify the taxonomic and common names for your primate species at the top of your essay response.
No title page, no abstract, no footnotes.
Include a source page in which you list all of the research sources you consulted.
Minimum one page of text. More is OK, less is not.
Double-spaced, one-inch margins all around, typed in English, 12-point font.
Use grammar befitting of a college student who cares about her/his grade. Spell-check and re-read your paper before submitting it to the drop box for this assignment on the course website.
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