How do humans differ from other primates?
We are the most advanced in our kind We are supposed to possess the sixth sense, the power to speak and express our opinion, the power to think and take decisions etc.
Asked in Geography
Are humans Primates?
Yes, humans are primates. But, one of the differences is, humans don't have hands for feet. The reason humans are primates is, we can both walk on 2 legs, we both have hands, but, we are omnivores and others are herbivores. They live in parts of a jungle though. We also live in different environments, other primates live in jungles.
Asked in Primates
How is humans social behaviour different than other primates?
Asked in Biology, Primates, Chimpanzees, Gorillas
How is the human hand similar and different from the hands of other primates?
Humans have opposable thumbs, which no other primates have The structure of the human had allows room for additional muscle attachment Hands are shorter and broader than other primates Primates can use their feet to grasp things tpaolr-so can humans actually (; Human grasp is more precise and strong
Why are there no primates in Europe?
Humans are primates, so there are many primates in Europe. Apart from humans, and primates in zoos, there are very few other primates in Europe, with one well known exception being Gibraltar, where some monkeys do live. In general around the world, apart from humans, primates are normally only found in tropical and sub-tropical areas. Europe is not in any of these areas, so that is the main reason you find few non-human primates in Europe.