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Scientists have discovered for the first time how humans - and other mammals - have evolved to have intelligence.
Researchers have identified the moment in history when the genes that enabled us to think and reason evolved.
This point 500 million years ago provided our ability to learn complex skills, analyse situations and have flexibility in the way in which we think.
The research also shows a direct link between the evolution of behaviour and the origins of brain diseases.
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