Name (the species’ scientific name. Remember to italicize). For example: Pan troglodytes 4. Nickname (common name). For example: Chimpanzee
5. Your profile should include the following sections/answers: 1. Where you live (region and type of environment) 2. What are your best physical features and why? (Use this section to describe your chosen primate’s morphology, special adaptations, unique features, etc.) 3. What is your social/friend group like? (Use this section to describe the typical social organization for your chosen species) 4. What are your hobbies or special skills? 5. What are you looking for in a partner? 6. Favorite foods (for example: I’m a pretty picky frugivore but would share my mangos with the right primate!) 7. Transportation situation (type of locomotion) 8. On a typical weekend, you will find me… 9. What are you binge watching right now and why?
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