Humans Have More Time So Have Sharper Skills

Humans develop manual dexterity skills after a cumulative sequence of steps that also take place in other primates, according to a new study.

However, our larger brains and longer childhoods enable us to develop finer skills – such as the ability to tie shoelaces, use a knife and fork and make intricate tools – than primates with smaller brains, which have long progressed to adulthood.

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