Captions provided by CCTubes – Captioning the Internet! Through evolution, some parts of our bodies have disappeared and others have appeared. Let’s take a look at the traces left on our body as evidence! Here are 10 parts of your body that prove you’ve evolved.
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Be Amazed at these 10 Parts of Your Body That Prove You’ve Evolved! Tailbone – Humans used to have tails that assisted us with balance and mobility. However, as time passed we didn’t need them anymore, so we eventually lost them. Palmar Grasp Reflex – This reflex proves that evolution is not just evident in body parts, but can also be observed from behaviors that disappear over time.Third Eyelid – Have you watched “Men in Black” where Will Smith chases someone, and then this person blinked sideways as if he had a third eyelid? Freaky, isn’t it? But the thing is, we used to have that, too! Wisdom Teeth – One of the biggest pains of growing up is having wisdom teeth. It’s a painful process when it emerges, and if you’re unlucky, it might even grow in a way that pushes your other teeth! Wiggling Ears – Now here’s a neat trick that some of you might have seen at parties. Can you wiggle your ears without actually touching them? Like they do it on their own? Well that’s yet more proof that we have evolved.
Goosebumps – When was the last time you felt the hair behind your neck and arms rise? Was it after feeling a sudden chilly breeze on a hot day? Was it when you listened to a memorable song that pulled strings within you? Extra Nipples – Yes, Mark, Lily and Harry all have extra nipples. That’s kind of weird, right? Well, not really. In fact, its estimated that 5% of the world’s population has more than two. Palmaris Longus Muscle – Here’s what I want you to do. With your palms faced up, make your thumb and your little finger touch each other. Do you see a line on your wrist when you do that? Plantaris Muscle – We already know how the palmaris longus muscle supposedly aided us in swinging from tree to tree, right? Now if you observe primates, they also use their feet! And the foot counterpart is the plantaris muscle. Eye Color and the Epicanthic Fold – They say that eyes are the windows to the soul. Little do we know that they can also tell us about how we’ve evolved!