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Primates

order of mammals
DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumChordata • SubphylumVertebrata • InfraphylumGnathostomata • SuperclassisTetrapoda • ClassisMammalia • SubclassisTheria • InfraclassisEutheria • Ordo: Primates Linnaeus, 1758
  • EnglishPrimate
  • čeština: Primáti
  • dansk: Primater
  • Deutsch: Primaten, Herrentiere
  • Esperanto: Primatoj
  • español: Primate
  • suomi: Kädelliset
  • 日本語: 霊長目 (サル目)
  • lietuvių: Primatai
  • Nederlands: Primaat
  • polski: Naczelne
  • português: Primatas
  • русский: Приматы
  • slovenčina: Primáty
  • svenska: Primater
  • ไทย: ไพรเมต, วานร
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Primates are members of the mammalian order Primates. Prosimians, monkeys, apes and humans are all primates.

Primates by family
Aotidae night monkeys Hylobatidae gibbons
Atelidae howling, spider and woolly monkeys Indridae woolly lemurs
Cebidae tamarins, marmosets, capuchins and squirrel monkeys Lemuridae true lemurs
Cercopithecidae Old World monkeys Lepilemuridae sportive lemurs
Cheirogaleidae dwarf lemurs Lorisidae lorises
Daubentoniidae aye-ayes Pitheciidae titis, sakis and uakaris
Galagonidae galagos (bushbabies) Tarsiidae tarsiers
Hominidae Chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans and humans
Included suborders (for Mammal Species of the World):
Haplorrhini, Strepsirrhini

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Haplorrhini (cat.)Edit

Strepsirrhini (cat.)Edit

More than one speciesEdit