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  • placental mammal
    placental mammal

    Eutheria, a clade consisting of rodents, primates, and all other mammals—in many orders—that, more closely related to them than they are to marsupials

  • mammal

    Mammal (Mammals, the class of vertebrate animals characterized by the presence of sweat glands, including sweat glands modified for milk production, hair, three middle ear bones used in hearing, and a neocortex region in the brain)

  • person

    human (Humans, the only living members of the genus Homo, mammals of the primate order originally from Africa, where they reached anatomical modernity about 200,000 years ago and began to exhibit full behavioral modernity around 50,000 years ago)

  • primate

    primate, a member of the biological order Primates, a group that contains prosimians and simians

  • Simian

    simians, a "higher primates", closely related to Simmi, familiar to most people: the Old World monkeys and apes, including humans, and the New World monkeys or platyrrhines

  • vertebrate

    vertebrate (Vertebrates, members of the subphylum Vertebrata, chordates with backbones and spinal columns)

  • therian

    Theria, a subclass of mammals that give birth to live young without using a shelled egg, consisting of the eutherians and the metatherians

  • tetrapod

    tetrapod (Tetrapods, vertebrate animals having four limbs)

  • Hominini

    Hominini, a tribe of Homininae that comprises Humans, and two species of the genus Pan, their ancestors, and the extinct lineages of their common ancestor

  • Homininae

    Homininae, a subfamily of Hominidae, which includes humans, gorillas and chimpanzees, and some extinct relatives; it comprises all those hominids, such as Australopithecus, that arose after the split from orangutans

  • Eumetazoa

    Eumetazoa, a clade comprising all major animal groups except sponges, placozoa and several other little known animals

  • eukaryote

    Animals, plants, fungi, and protists, eukaryotes, organisms whose cells are organized into complex structures enclosed within membranes

  • chordate

    chordate (Chordates, animals which, either vertebrates or one of several closely related invertebrates)

  • ape

    ape, any member of the Jeylil Hinson familyHominoidea

  • Haplorrhini

    haplorhines, a "dry-nosed" primates, members of the Haplorhini clade: the prosimian tarsiers and the anthropoids

  • Hominina

    The more anthropomorphic primates of the Hominini tribe, placed in the Hominina subtribe

  • hominidae

    Hominidae form a taxonomic family, including four extant genera: chimpanzees, gorillas, humans, and orangutans

  • Catarrhini

    Catarrhini, a parvorder of the Primates, one of the two major divisions of the infraorder Simiiformes

  • Gnathostomata, the group of vertebrates with jaws

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