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Presumably you're asking about how the cerebrum isn't physically attached to the skull, but is rather surrounded by a fluid. It adds a shock absorber. If you fall and hit your head, your brain slides around and is slowed down by the fluid, lessening or preventing its impact against the skull. If it were directly mounted, even a slight jolt to the head would cause a concussion.

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i meant what does your cerebrum do for you like what body movement

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Why is the cerebrum the largest part in all animals?

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