Primates and Human Ancestors The Pliocene Epoch by Thom Holmes
  

Primates and Human Ancestors The Pliocene Epoch

Written by Thom Holmes
Illustrated by
Part of the Prehistoric Earth Series

RRP £37.50

Synopsis

Primates and Human Ancestors The Pliocene Epoch by Thom Holmes

In the story of human origins, the first primates were small, unremarkable tree dwellers in a world full of diverse mammals of all sizes. Over several million years, primates branched out into the groups known as monkeys and apes. Their larger brains led to new variety in mammal adaptation that led to the development of social groups and sophisticated survival strategies. From the apes evolved a new, highly intelligent kind of primate, the hominins, ancestors of the human species. The richly illustrated Primates and Human Ancestors tells the story of 50 million years of primate evolution during the Pliocene epoch, from their origins in Africa to their spread to the New World and origin of the human species.

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Format

Hardback
160 pages

Author

Thom Holmes
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st January 2009

ISBN

9780816059652


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