Human Life Cycle
Humans are a cultivated species classified under the genus Homo and the family Hominidae. Outwardly, humans physically resemble great apes. Previously, humans were the only species belonging to the Hominidae family. However, recent research suggests that chimpanzees are more closely related to humans than gorillas and that the last common ancestor of humans and chimpanzees was about 6 million to 7 million years ago.
The human body consists of four limbs. That's his two arms and legs, his head and neck attached to his torso. The human body is made up of a sturdy skeleton made up of fat-covered bones, cartilage, muscles, organs, and tissues. The main difference between great apes and humans is that humans have more or more developed brains. The anatomy is upright and the hands are movable. Monkeys also display superior cognitive abilities hitherto unknown to humans.
The human body has undergone many changes and developments since conception. The food people eat helps them grow.
Mention the three phases of the author’s relationship with his grandmother before he left the country to study abroad.
The first phase is the early childhood period of the author. The second phase is when the grandmother along with the author moved to the city to live with their parents. The third phase is when the author joined the university.
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