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30 Nov, 2012

7 biggest mysteries of human body

Like all other female apes, women’s breasts fill with milk when they have newborn babies to feed. But female humans alone have bloated bosoms at all other times, too. Scientists can’t agree on what ― or who ― our “permanently enlarged breasts” are for. Most evolutionary biologists think breasts serve the purpose of attracting men, who get fooled into thinking a busty woman will make a great baby feeder (even though her breasts actually contain fat, not milk).

Read the rest: 7 biggest mysteries of human body – Korea Times.