What Does the Human Brain Look like?

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The human brain is the shape of a walnut and covered with a thin skin of wrinkled grey tissue. The cerebellum, split into four lobes is located underneath the tail of the brain. It continually adapts and rewires itself.
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The human brain is usually big and vertically dissected into two parts. It also appears wrinkled, with ridges all over and is usually divided into eight different parts. These are the frontal lobe, cerebellum, corpus coliseum, lateral ventricle, spinal cord, pons, optic nerve and medulla oblongata. The human brain controls the central nervous system, and give you the ability to learn and understand.
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