It was long way and took so many evolutionary the man to look like it looks now. This form of Homo Sapiens have existed for around 200 000 years. But observing a man appearance some remnants have left more trace behind than just body hair and appendix.
Here is the list of most interesting examples
- The tendon in your wrist
Put your forearm on the table with your palm facing up. Place your thumb and little finger together and lift your hand slightly. In some people a tendon will be clearly visible, and in others it won’t be visible.
The reason behind this is the palmaris longus muscle. The muscle that is located between the upper arm and wrist and serves for wrist movement is no longer required for the present man.
- The pink spot in the corner of the eye
Almost everyone have that spot in the corner of the eye although we have not any purpose of that spot but it is a mark of so called third eye lid. It could be seen in reptiles usually when they close their eyes. The present man has developed eyelashes and it is no longer dependent form the third eye lid but we still carry the remnant.
3. Wiggling the ears
This occurrence now it is only party trick, but it use to be very important function. you could align your hearing radius and therefore people were better at locating noises in their surrounds and recognizing the sound of danger. One example of animals that still use this today is cats.
- The cumbersome wisdom teeth
You have heard how many people have removed wisdom tooth. This teeth only appear to get in the way. Long ago when the people use to eat more grass and roots so they needed to chew more. As the food changed and become softer and lighter people do not need any more this tooth. Apes and primates have already lost this tooth in the evolution process. Gorillas still have them because they are vegetarian.
f we get cold or have the creeps, the bumps appear and our hair literally stands up on the little hills.? When humans still had a proper fur, there was an important function for goosebumps. When the hair stands on end more heat is stored and when we’re in danger we also look bigger and therefore more threatening to any possible attackers. That can be observed in domestic cats and many other animals today.