Why do we cry out of fear?


Answer from: Svetlana Karmanova:
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To signal the rest of our tribe - "danger!" Based on the signal they receive, they will pay attention to what we have going on and decide whether to help or flee. But in any case, this threat will not go unnoticed by society.
 For this reason, by the way, a woman's cry is much shriller than a man's - so that it can be heard better. It's because the survival of women is more important for the species as a whole than the survival of men. 
In short - it's such a useful evolutionary feature, thanks to which (among other things) we're breeding here.


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