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  Section: Anatomy of Vertebrate Animals » The Classification and Organization of the Mammalia
 
 
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The Catarrhini

 
     
 

3. The Catarrhini.-The Simiadae of this division present a great range of variation in most respects, but they agree in having the partition between the nostrils narrower than in the Platyrrhini; in possessing a bony meatus auditorius; in the dental formula i. 2.2/2.2 c. 1.1/1.1 pm. 2.2/2.2 m. 3.3/3.3 and in being inhabitants of the Old World. They fall into two very distinct groups, the Cynomorpha and the Anthropomorpha.


 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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