Paleopallium

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In anatomy of animals, the paleopallium is a region within the telencephalon in the brain.

It is a primitive and evolutionarily ancient region of the brain, first appearing in amphibians.

In humans, the paleopallium consists of the parahippocampal gyrus and the primary and secondary olfactory cortices.

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