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1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

According to the passage, which of the following would be the most likely place to find Old World Monkeys?

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

According to the passage, how much does a female mandrill weigh?

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

New World Monkeys have all of the following physical characteristics EXCEPT

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

The word "partial" in line 10 is closest in meaning to

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

According to the passage, what does opposability do?

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

It can be inferred that New World Monkeys settle

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

According to the passage, which of the following would be the least likely characteristic of mandrills' facial features?

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

The word "stretches" is line 14 closest in meaning to

Correct! Wrong!

1. Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys have dissimilar characteristics.

2. Old World Monkeys, known as "cercopithecoids," have confined nostrils; on

3. the contrary, New World Monkeys possess wide-apart nostrils. While some

4. Old World Monkeys are arboreal, others live primarily on the ground. New

5. World Monkeys are reside in the trees. In contrast to the prehensile tail and

6. thin body of New World Monkeys, Old World Monkeys possess a large body

7. with a short tail.

8. Full opposability, meaning the thumb is placed away from the remaining

9. digits, is a characteristics of Old World Monkeys. Opposability facilitates the

10. grasping motion and the handling of food and objects. Partial oppasability,

11. common among the New World Monkeys, decreases the hand manipulation

12. ability. Another feature nonexistent in New World Monkeys is the pad that

13. covers the buttocks and eliminates discomfort caused by sitting for long

14. stretches of time. New World monkeys inhabit tropical areas in Central and

15. South America. Old World Monkeys dwell in Africa and Asia.

16. Mandrillus Sphinx is the scientific name for mandrill, an Old World Monkey

17. that is found in west Africa. It has brilliant coloring; its cheeks are bright blue

18. and ribbed, its nose is scarlet red, and it has a doglike muzzle. The male

19. mandrill is usualyy large and weighs between 90 and 120 lb (40-54 Kg). The

20. female, on the other hand, is much smaller and weighs about half as much as a

21. male. Their diet is chiefly grass, fruit, and insects. Not only are they strong

22. warriors, but they live in groups with as small as a dozen and as large as a

23. hundred members. It is not unusual to see over 100 mandrills roaming

24. around together

What's the main purpose of the passage?

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