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Mammals' brains: new research shows bigger doesn't always mean smarter

By Vera Weisbecker, Associate Professor, Flinders University
Jeroen Smaers, Associate professor, Stony Brook University (The State University of New York)
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Some animals, such as California sea lions, have small brains relative to their body size, but are still impressively intelligent, showing brain evolution is even more complex than it appears.


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