Compare Brain and Body Sizes
The Neuron- Up Close and Personal
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These are hard questions and no one has the exact answers to them. But as we explore together the intricacies and wonder of the brain, we might think about a simpler question which can be used to answer the more complex questions . . . We know different animals behave differently. Does that mean that, in one way or another, their brains are different?
You need not have any previous science experience to explore this website or participate in the thought exercises within!
This website is organized into 4 main parts, and if you ever find yourself lost you can use the index on the left to guide you back:
First, you may ask why are we studying comparative neuroanatomy? What is the use? Let's think about that... click here for a discussion of the relevance of this type of study.
Last updated December, 2000