Monkey facial features hold clues to human communication

01/12/2012 | Daily Mail (London), The

UCLA scientists found that monkeys living in larger, but geographically compact social groups had less elaborate facial features than lose living in smaller groups, making communication through facial expressions easier. The scientists hypothesize that human faces also evolved into relatively plain palettes in order to facilitate communication through expressions.

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