One can easily believe that a number of things, will vanish in the future, but one may find it really hard to believe that there are certain human body parts that will fade away in the future. It is a bit difficult to digest this, but it is true.
Take a look:
#1. EXTRINSIC EAR MUSCLES
These muscles are a part of our body but don’t have much of worth. These muscles are the reason why some people can wiggle their ears and some animals can move their ears freely.
As per a research was done by scientists the centre of balancing is shifting inwards. People used to rely on their toes balance, but as the centre of balance is shifting inwards, we won’t be requiring our toes in the future.
#3. THIRD EYELID
This was helpful for the birds and mammals to defence their eyes and sweeping out debris. Human has a small third eyelid and third human body art doesn’t serve many purposes. This is one of the body parts you won’t find in future.
#4. THIRTEENTH RIB
It is believed that our ancestors like chimpanzees and gorillas had an extra set of a rib. We have 12, but 8% of people have an extra rib!
#5. SUBCLAVIUS MUSCLE
One can have one, two, or none subclavius muscle. This human body part would have been required if we were walking on all fours. But fortunately, we are not!
#6. BODY HAIR
Eyebrows protect our eyes from sweat, and facial hair plays a significant role in attracting the opposite sex. The rest of the body hair is unwanted!
#7. WISDOM TEETH
Only 5% of people have these useless and healthy teeth. In the past our ancestors had to chew plants, hence they needed it. We don’t need it then!
#8. DARWIN’S POINT
It is a remainder human body part which helped to focus on the sound coming from a distance. It is just a small folded point of the skin towards the top of the ear.
Attached to the large intestine this human body part served the purpose of digesting cellulose when the human beings consumed plants more than animal protein.
#10. PALMARIS MUSCLE
It played an important role in climbing and hanging and 11% of humans don’t even have it.
#11. MALE NIPPLES
In the early stages of foetus development, the child is sexless. This leads to both male and female having nipples. Men don’t have the hormones which lead to the production of milk.
#12. NECK RIB
This is from the age of reptiles and only 1% of the population has it. They usually lead to nerve and artery problems.
#13. PARA-NASAL SINUSES
These mucus-lined cavities just make our head tighter and we don’t need them!
#14. ARRECTOR PILI MUSCLES
These usually help animals to puff up their fur either for insulation or to scare others. We have them as goose bumps.
It is known as the tailbone. It is used by the mammals for balance and communication. It will disappear in future, as it serves no use.