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Neanderthals' large eyes 'caused their demise

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Ashotep

Their eyes are too big. Next week it will be their feet were too big and they kept tripping over them so they became dinner.

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thewild

Their eyes are too big. Next week it will be their feet were too big and they kept tripping over them so they became dinner.

This made me laugh so hard...tis funny cause it's true

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Geldoblam

First it was because they couldn't hunt rabbits now it's because they had huge eyes. What is next?

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goodconversations

It makes sense... eyes too big.. too big they joined together and became one big eye... The Neands are the Cyclopes in Greek mythology!

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Blizno

"Since Neanderthals evolved at higher latitudes, more of the Neanderthal brain would have been dedicated to vision and body control, leaving less brain to deal with other functions like social networking..."

What? Just...what? They MAY have had larger eyeballs so that means more of their brains were devoted to vision?

Giant squid have eyeballs that dwarf ours - therefore giant squid visual centers are much larger than ours, right?

This is nonsense.

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