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{{Generator|image1 = ape.png|caption1 = Design of Ape|habitat = [[Land]]|production = 13.00 million entropy/s|cost = First Ape costs 67.00 billion entropy|previous = [[Mammal]]|next = [[Human]]}}Apes are the third land generator and the eleventh generator in all. Apes are any medium to large primates in the superfamily ''Hominoidea''. Apes are distinguished as primates that lost their tails during the course of evolution. There are two families; ''Hylobatidae'' (gibbons or lesser apes) and ''Hominidae ''(great apes, including orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, humans, and extinct archaic humans).
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{{Generator|image1 = ape.png|caption1 = Design of Ape|habitat = [[Land]]|production = 13.00 million entropy/s|cost = First Ape costs 67.00 billion entropy|previous = [[Mammal]]|next = [[Human]]|criteria = Unlocked after Primate}}Apes are the third land generator and the eleventh generator in all. Apes are any medium to large primates in the superfamily ''Hominoidea''. Apes are distinguished as primates that lost their tails during the course of evolution. There are two families; ''Hylobatidae'' (gibbons or lesser apes) and ''Hominidae ''(great apes, including orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, humans, and extinct archaic humans).
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==

Revision as of 13:18, August 16, 2019

Apes are the third land generator and the eleventh generator in all. Apes are any medium to large primates in the superfamily Hominoidea. Apes are distinguished as primates that lost their tails during the course of evolution. There are two families; Hylobatidae (gibbons or lesser apes) and Hominidae (great apes, including orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, humans, and extinct archaic humans).

Description

Profile

The very beginning of human evolution, apes in the Hominidae family are the modern human's earliest ancestors.

Design

The ape resembles a chimpanzee.

Trivia

  • In the game, apes will walk bipedally just like humans do, however, in real life, non-human apes do bipedally walk, however, they will usually knuckle-walk.
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