animals studied. Cranial capacity increases in going from gorilla to Australopithecus to
far the jaw protrudes forward) in the three animals studied. Jaw angle increases in going from
the three animals studied. Brow ridge and sagittal crest are present in both gorilla and
in the three animals studied. Teeth number and types of teeth are identical in all three skulls.
animals studied. The jaw of the gorilla is U-shaped while the jaw of Australopithecus and
gorilla pelvis shape aids in its “walking on all fours,” which is quadrupedal. The human pelvis
shape aids in its walking on two legs, which is bipedal.) Bipedal.
8. How many traits are similar when comparing (Use the 24 on the data table)
9. Based on your answer to question 8, does a modern human seem to be closer in evolutionary