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But all that is the product of our forebrains — where cool, dispassionate reason lives.
As suggested by earlier studies, Tessmar-Raible found light-sensitive neurons in the worms’ forebrains.
Instead, their biological key to success lies in a section of their forebrain called the hyperstriatum, which allows them to perform similar tasks.
The pictures show folds of overlapping skin and a sloping forehead, indications not only that the brain is smaller, but also that the forebrain has not developed normally, Dr. Levine said.
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