Mammalian brain differs from an amphibian brain in possessing

Mammalian Brain Differs From An Amphibian Brain In Possessing Biology Question

Mammalian brain differs from an amphibian brain in possessing

Options

(a) olfactory lobes
(b) cerebellum
(c) corpus callosum
(d) hypothalmus

Correct Answer:

corpus callosum

Explanation:

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