Characteristics of man, Biology

CHARACTERISTICS OF MAN -

  1. Humans posses erect posture and bipedal locomotion.
  2. Humans possess large sized brain.
  3. Humans are less dependent on smell.
  4. Humans possess foramen magnum below the brain box. Humans have a prominent chin with a prominent nose.
  5. Man possesses streoscopic vision or three dimensional vision. Human have a long period of post natal growth.
  6. Human has a longest parental care.
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