Six parts of the body that we no longer need at all
From an anthropological point, they are called “evolutionary leftovers”: they are those parts of our body that have no use for the functions we develop in a modern life. But it has not always been that way.
All fulfilled a specific function (and in many cases vital) for our ancestors.
Although not everyone preserves them, these are some of the most common. Do you dare to examine how many you have?
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