Catarrhini

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Etymology[edit]

New Latin, from Ancient Greek καταρρινα (katarrhina, hook-nosed), from καταρρέω (katarrhéō, down-flowing) + ῥινες (rhines, nostrils).

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Catarrhini

  1. A taxonomic parvorder within the infraorder Simiiformes – the apes, humans and Old World monkeys.

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