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              Lowland Gorilla
            (Gorilla gorilla graueri)




  DTW
Alignment




              Mountain Gorilla
            (Gorilla gorilla beringei)
This region will not be matched




                                    LCSS
                                  Alignment




                           DTW
All these are in the genus Cercopithecus,         These are the same species                 All these are in the tribe
except for the skull identified as being          Bunopithecus hooloc (Hoolock               Papionini
either a Vervet or Green monkey, both of          Gibbon)                                    Tribe Papionini
which belong in the Genus of Chlorocebus                                                       Genus Papio – baboons
which is in the same Tribe                        These are in the Genus Pongo                 Genus Mandrillus- Mandrill
(Cercopithecini) as Cercopithecus.
 Tribe Cercopithecini                                                                        These are in the family Lemuridae
   Cercopithecus                                  All these are in the family Cebidae
    De Brazza's Monkey, Cercopithecus neglectus
    Mustached Guenon, Cercopithecus cephus
                                                  Family Cebidae (New World monkeys)
                                                  Subfamily Aotinae
                                                                                             These are in the genus Alouatta
    Red-tailed Monkey, Cercopithecus ascanius
                                                    Aotus trivirgatus
 Chlorocebus
                                                  Subfamily Pitheciinae sakis
    Green Monkey, Chlorocebus sabaceus                                                       These are in the same species
    Vervet Monkey, Chlorocebus pygerythrus          Black Bearded Saki, Chiropotes satanas
                                                    White-nosed Saki, Chiropotes albinasus   Homo sapiens (Humans)
                          Flat-tailed Horned Lizard
                              Phrynosoma mcallii




    Alignment by
Dynamic Time Warping




                       Texas Horned Lizard
                       Phrynosoma cornutum
                                                                Iguania




                                                     Chelonia
               Alligatoridae
                           Alligatorinae   Amphisbaenia
Crocodylidae
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