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Why Domestic Animals Have Developed Much Smaller Brains Than Their Counterparts In the Wild

MinuteEarth explains through amusing animation, exactly why the brains of domestic animals (pets, farm animals) are far smaller than the brains of their wild counterparts. Much of it has to do with the fact that the domestic animals feel safe in their surroundings, which allow them to let down their guard far more easily and...
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