Difference between Thick and Thin Skin?

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One of the differences between thick skin and thin skin are their location. Generally, thick skin can be found in the soles of the feet, on the palms of the hand, and the dermis while the rest of the body has thin skin. Thin skin also differs with thick skin because thick skin has hairs while thick skin doesn't.
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