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21 February, 13:50

The brain of a reptile is about the same size as that of an amphibian, but the cerebrum and optical lobes are comparatively larger. The cerebrum deals with behavioral responses to the environment, while the optical lobe processes vision. How might life entirely on land require greater behavioral and visual information and responses? Does brain size and composition indicate anything about animal characteristics and if so, what?

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  1. 21 February, 15:38
    Suvival instincts, its sight as well if it doesnt know what its doing it will not survive
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