Blog Post Image: Did Men Evolve Navigation Skill to Find Mates?

A tribal member in Namibia surveys the landscape. A new University of Utah study of Namibia’s Twe and Tjimba tribes found new evidence that men with better spatial ability – the ability to mentally manipulate objects – roam farther than other men and have offspring with more women. The study sought to explain why men evolved better navigation skills than women. Photo Credit: Layne Vashro, University of Utah

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