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Evolution of the Human Brain
Transcript of Evolution of the Human Brain
Homo Erectus- Volume: 800-1100 cm^3
Homo Neanderthals- Volume: 1200-1900 cm^3
Homo Sapiens- Volume-1330 cm^3 Note: The Neanderthal brain was even larger than the typical human brain! The evolution of the human brain is a fascinating topic, as our species began to evolve almost 6 million years ago, our brains also evolve. Why has the human brain evolved to become what it is now? As early humans faced new environmental challenges and evolved bigger bodies, they developed larger and more complex brains. - Large, complex brains can process and store a lot of information. That was a big advantage to early humans in their social interactions and encounters with unfamiliar habitats. And now, a comic... Our early ancestors originated in Africa almost 6 million years ago. Human Migration g2g now bye