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what kind of differences does the human and a monkey has ? 

Asked by munuswamy9999 12th December 2014, 8:57 PM
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(i) Humans have bipedal movement and walks straight whereas monkeys are quadrupeds and bend while walking.
(ii) Human arms and hands are designed for manipulating objects whereas monkeys arms are large and strong and designed for weight bearing. 
(iii) A monkey's cranial capacity averages about 400 cc whereas human cranial capacity averages around 1350cc.
(iv) A monkey can climb trees very fast whereas humans cannot.
(v) Presence of tail in monkeys is another difference.
Answered by Expert 13th December 2014, 8:17 PM
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