Human hair just doesn't make any sense at all when you compare us to the other primates. Mar 14, Shannon Vyff rated it it was amazing. Highlighting the evolutionary functions of various physiological traits, Morris's study explores the various I would describe the book as a wok filled with food; every time you shake it, variety of food comes to the surface. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The merkin pubic wiginevitably, gets a look in.
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Breasts, bottoms and so forth
Martin's PressFeb 20, - Science - pages 4 Reviews https: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This book is recommended for all dirty old men of a scholarly bent. All parts explained by science, from the hair to the feet. With a superior air, the author, who does not possess the female body he knows so much about, patronizes the reader, and assumes absolute authority over the human female. No trivia or quizzes yet. Once he has dealt, briskly enough, with the adaptive significance, physiology and function of a body part, most of his chapters rapidly decline into pages of loosely themed remarks that might look feeble if you found them in a child's project.