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 Why is the thumb an adaptation?

Answer The significance of the thumb is often overlooked. Unlike human toes and other fingers, the thumb moves in all directions. The thumb's unique range of motion allows humans to partake in activities ... Read More »
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Top Q&A For: Why is the thumb an adaptation

Since breaking a giant toblerone my left thumb joint beneath the nail hasn't stopped clicking the whole thumb ?

take em to court , ha ha ,,, should com with a health warning.
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DID YOUTUBE TAKE AWAY OUR ABILITY TO THUMB UP OR THUMB DOWN COMMENTS?

I was just on YT and they are working fine now. Just place your mouse over the comment and they appear. Click whichever one you want and it will be counted. There is a delay though so don't expe... Read More »
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Thumb Up, Thumb Down. What Are Your Top 5 Baby Names?

Girls:Cassandra EveRosalie IslaViolet ArtemisEstella IrisSaphira HarperBoys:Elliot OrionLucas NathanielCassius OliverAltair EverettLucius Todd
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What is olfactory adaptation?

Olfactory adaptation is a form of reductive sensory response to a continuing strong odor. Chemical reactions reduce the perception of smells quickly by neutralizing the response of olfactory nerve ... Read More »
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