Primate Intermembral Sets

The intermembral index is a useful tool in understanding the locomotor activities of a given primate. The indices are determined by the humerus, radius, femur and tibia. A low index indicates a primate with longer hind limbs, more prone to bipedal activities, while a high index signifies longer fore arms and thus more prone to quadrupedal activities. Please see below for primate intermembral sets.

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