Do Any Vestigial Structures Exist in Humans?

01 Mar, 202119:00

The number of organs that once were believed to be functional in the evolutionary past of humans but are non-functional today has been steadily reduced as the fields of anatomy and physiology have progressed. Few examples of vestigial organs in humans are now offered, and the ones that are have been shown by more recent research to be completely functional, and in many cases critically so.

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