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Old 11-12-2012, 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Pitter Patter View Post
We all know someone who can twitch their nose, or wiggle their ears. Personally, I am a nose person. Just wondering if either of these traits would be evolutionarily justifiable? What possible benefit do either of these gain?
Sometimes something just is what it is with no benefit or handicap either way.

When I was a kid I could wiggle my ears. In my mid-teens I completely lost the ability to do that. I don't know how. It just went away. Maybe it's because while it's cute as a kid, it's weird as an adult and would make me look less attractive to the opposite sex and hinder my ability to mate?

Or maybe as I grew the muscles that controlled it just changed for no reason.

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