How has the structure of the brain of amphibians changed compared to fish?

In amphibians, the cerebellum is less developed (there is no need for a developed cerebellum, since the behavior has changed and amphibians have more monotonous movements).
The cerebral hemispheres of amphibians are better developed than those of fish (forebrain). The weight of the brain is greater.

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