How is a sheep brain similar to a human brain?
Correspondingly, how are sheep and human brains different?
The sheep brain is quite similar to the human brain except for proportion. The sheep has a smaller cerebrum. Also, the sheep brain is oriented anterior to posterior (more horizontally), while the human brain is oriented superior to interior (more vertically.)
In this regard, how does the sheep brain compare to the human brain identify at least two differences?
Name at least two differences. a. The sheep brain and the human brain are similar in that they both have two brain stems, two optic nerves and two hemispheres. They differ in size, functions, and the human brain is more round in shape whereas the sheep brain has a more elongated shape.
A sheep brain is about the size of a human fist and is squishy like Jell-O. In some ways, a sheep brain is very similar to a human brain. Just like you and many other mammals, sheep have a part of the brain called the cerebrum. It is important for controlling movement, the senses, and thinking.