Dryopithecus

[n] - genus of Old World hominoids
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Dryopithecus

genus Dryopithecus noun genus of Old World hominoids; Miocene and Pliocene
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Dryopithecus

genus of extinct ape that is representative of early members of the lineage that includes humans and other apes. Although Dryopithecus has been ... [4 related articles]
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Dryopithecus

Dryopithecus (drī"ōputhē'kus, –pith'ukus) , an extinct group of apes. Fossils about 20 million years old have been found in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Dryopithecus had a semierect posture and is generally believed to be ancestral to modern apes and man. Proconsul, ...
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Dryopithecus

Dryopithecus was a genus of apes that is known from Eastern Africa into Eurasia during the late Miocene period. The first species of Dryopithecus was discovered at the site of Saint-Gaudens, Haute-Garonne, France, in 1856. Other dryopithecids have been found in Hungary, Spain, and China. Like Sivapithecus, Dryopithecus was suspensory, had a large ...
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