Yeah, because Zimmer didn't freak you out enough with that other thing.
As Humans Change Landscape, Brains of Some Animals Change, Too
Evolutionary biologists have come to recognize humans as a tremendous evolutionary force. In hospitals, we drive the evolution of resistant bacteria by giving patients antibiotics. In the oceans, we drive the evolution of small-bodied fish by catching the big ones.
In a new study, a University of Minnesota biologist, Emilie C. Snell-Rood, offers evidence suggesting we may be driving evolution in a more surprising way. As we alter the places where animals live, we may be fueling the evolution of bigger brains.
PSYCHO SHOWER SCENE SOUND EFFECT.
Just be careful who you call varmint cong from now on, is all I'm saying.
Also, at risk of being thought of as all Hoot-Smalley, I really hope I never meet Dr. Emelie, because I am sure I would end up calling her Prof. Rell-Snood.
(It's a Catholic thing. Just nod and play along. It'll all be over soon.)