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How did humans evolve larger and more sophisticated brains? In general, evolution depends on a special combination of circumstances: part genetics, part time, and part environment. In the case of human brain evolution, the main environmental influence was adaptation to a shore-based' diet, which provided the world's richest source of nutrition, as well as a sedentary lifestyle that promoted fat deposition. Such a diet included shellfish, fish, marsh plants, frogs, bird's eggs, etc. Humans and, and more importantly, hominid babies started to get fat, a crucial distinction that led to the development of larger brains and to the evolution of modern humans. A larger brain is expensive to maintain and this increasing demand for energy results in, succinctly, survival of the fattest. Science Science eBook, World Scientific Publishing Company

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Survival of the Fattest: The Key to Human Brain Evolution
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Cunnane, Stephen Cosgrave

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Survival of the Fattest: The Key to Human Brain Evolution

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9812561919

How did humans evolve larger and more sophisticated brains? Evolution, in general, depends on a special combination of circumstances: part genetics, part time, and part environment. In the case of human brain evolution, the main environmental influence was adaptation to a 'shore-based' diet, which provided the world's richest source of nutrition, as well as a sedentary lifestyle that promoted fat deposition. Such a diet included shellfish, fish, marsh plants, frogs, bird's eggs, etc. Humans, and more importantly, hominid babies started to get fat, a crucial distinction that led to the development of larger brains and to the evolution of modern humans. A larger brain is expensive to maintain and this increasing demand for energy results in, succintly, survival of the fattest.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9789812561916
ISBN (ISBN-10): 9812561919
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUB CO (
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Gewicht: 0,649 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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