Taxonomy 1 Please READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY

This assignment is part of the module Week 1 Jan 7- 13 Course Introduction: What is a primate? Why study primates? and hasn't been unlocked yet.

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Taxonomy Rubric FINAL 370
Taxonomy Rubric FINAL 370
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Correctly noted taxonomy e.g. correct spelling and punctuation.
Correct taxonomic description of the primate. You must use Fleagle's taxonomy to receive full credit.
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5.0 pts
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Locomotion type correctly identified
Be as specific as possible, e.g. terrestrial quadruped.
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1.0 pts
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Compelling and accurate "interesting facts"
Please review our Primates of the World Map before you add your facts. Your "interesting facts" should be novel.
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2.0 pts
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Accurately identified a specific geographic area of natural distribution on the map
Include only a single, specific geographic location, even though this primate may have a wider distribution. Your entry should be in this format: Kirindy Forest, Madagascar or Tsinjoarivo, Madagascar or Lopburi, Thailand or Indus Valley, Pakistan
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2.0 pts
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Corrections completed and resubmitted
The only way to receive full credit for this assignment is to resubmit it after reviewing feedback, making any necessary corrections based on that feedback and then confirming on the Google form that your information has been approved by the instructor.
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2.0 pts
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Total Points: 12.0 out of 12.0