How is a human skull different from a chimpanzee skull?

The human skull and the chimpanzee skull differ in size and shape.
A chimpanzee skull smaller than a human skull looks a little elongated.
The human skull does not have bony ridges and a continuous superciliary arch, like a chimpanzee’s skull.
In the human skull, the predominance of the brain over the facial is noticeable, while in chimpanzees, on the contrary, the brain is smaller and the front of the muzzle is more developed.
The forehead of a human skull is high, and that of a chimpanzee is low.
Chimpanzee jaws are more developed and stronger than humans, moreover, his fangs are much larger.
On the lower jaw, the human skull has a chin protrusion, which the chimpanzee does not have. This protrusion and its development is associated with speech.
The temporal, frontal and parietal lobes in the human skull are much more developed than in chimpanzees. The most important centers responsible for mental development and speech are located in them. The human brain is approximately 2.5 times the size of a chimpanzee brain.

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