In the context of human evolution, human vestigiality involves those traits
occurring in humans .... In rare cases, congenital defect results in a short tail-like
structure being present at birth. T...
Oct 8, 2015 ... During fetal development, the human embryo at about the 5th week has a tail that
usually disappears by the 8th week, being absorbed by the ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Human Beings with Tails&v=3Iu7OZQn4oQ
Jan 17, 2009 ... What would you do if you had been born with a long tail? Would you have it
removed?, Would you wear it inside or outside your clothing?
May 16, 2014 ... The high incidence of human tail combined with spinal dysraphism .... still being
advanced today by Darwin-advocates like Karl Giberson.
Why did the ancestor of the apes and people lose their tails? No one really
knows. Things don't disappear just because they are not being used. One gene
Apr 30, 2015 ... Modern doctors familiar with this sort of condition seem unanimous in their
description of human tails as being the result of birth defects.
The article stated that "The birth of a child with a tail is a rare glimpse of 'the
relation between human beings and their primitive ancestors,' a doctor says.
"Mr. Jones's Account of a Race of Human Beings with Tails, Discovered by Him in
the Interior of New Guinea." Melbourne Herald No. 9075-9077, 9082 (May ...
Dec 12, 2012 ... At around six to twelve weeks, the white blood cells dissolve the tail, and ... fused
with the embryo and never developed into a full human being.
Aug 15, 2011 ... Humans have an amazing knack for clinging to the past. ... Between stages 14
and 22 of human embryogenesis, one can actually observe a tail-like structure
that ..... I think that's a pretty good indicator of them being vestigial.