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Why did primates evolve such big brains? First study of its kind says it wasn’t for finding food

By Ben Hirsch, Senior Lecturer in Zoology and Ecology, James Cook University
The bigger the brain, the better we are at finding fruit. But is that true? A new study on wild primates refutes this idea.The Conversation

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