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Submission + - Male facial development evolved to take punches (bbc.com)

Joe_NoOne writes: A new theory suggests that our male ancestors evolved beefy facial features as a defence against fist fights. The bones most commonly broken in human punch-ups also gained the most strength in early "hominin" evolution. They are also the bones that show most divergence between males and females.
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Male facial development evolved to take punches

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