How humans evolved a super-high cooling capacity

Humans have a uniquely high density of sweat glands embedded in their skin — 10 times the density of chimpanzees and macaques. Now, researchers at Penn Medicine and other institutions have discovered how this distinctive, hyper-cooling trait evolved in the human genome.

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