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Early Humans Were Walking Around With Ape-Like Brains, Study Finds – Gizmodo

Humans can be distinguished from other apes in many ways, such as our general hairlessness, our upright bipedalism, and, of course, our powerful brains. But it…

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Humans can be distinguished from other apes in many ways, such as our general hairlessness, our upright bipedalism, and, of course, our powerful brains. But it turns out that our cognitive ability didnt evolve as early as previously thought, according to new research by an international team of researchers.
The teams findings, published today in the journal Science, are based on five 1.8-million-year-old skulls from a roughly 10-acre site near the Georgian town of Dmanisi. The brains of these early…

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