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Our Ancestors' Move From Sea to Land May Have Turbocharged Brain Development

News   Jun 17, 2020 | Original story from Northwestern University

 
Our Ancestors' Move From Sea to Land May Have Turbocharged Brain Development

The Okavango Delta's patchy landscape is a good example of the "Goldilocks landscape" where the ability to plan results in a huge survival payoff. Credit: Tim Copeland

 
 
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