Why do we love to dance with each other?
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Why do we love to dance with each other?

As well as being fun, dancing might have helped us to survive as a species. Evolutionary anthropologist Bronwyn Tarr from the University of Oxford explains that when we dance with others, we are rewarded with feel-good endorphins that change how we feel about ourselves and those around us.

Why do humans dance? Find out with CrowdScience from BBC World Service.

  • 05 Jun 2018
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