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binocular vision ability to merge visual images from both eyes, which provides depth perception and a three-dimensional view of the world
prosimian with few exceptions, small, nocturnal primate that has large eyes for seeing in the dark
anthropoid primate group made up of humans, apes, and most monkeys
prehensile term used to refer to a long tail that can grasp branches
hominoid primate that walks upright, has opposable thumbs, and possesses a large brain; only living members are humans
bipedal term used to refer to two-footed locomotion
opposable thumb enables grasping objects and using tools
Created by: 100critter