Human Animal Pictures

Homo Sapiens Sapiens

Human (Homo sapiens) - diverse group of humans

Human (Homo sapiens) - diverse group of humans
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Human (Homo sapiens) from above

Human (Homo sapiens) from above
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Human (Homo sapiens) - kids playing

Human (Homo sapiens) - kids playing
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Human (Homo sapiens) - elderly adults

Human (Homo sapiens) - elderly adults
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Human (Homo sapiens) - human skeleton

Human (Homo sapiens) - human skeleton
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fox squirrel size comparison: red squirrel, grey squirrel
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burnt skin macro, skin slides hand tears off

human skin peeling
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Humans shed about eight pounds of skin a year.

Animals With Exoskeletons-oyster
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Humans have been eating and cultivating oysters for thousands of years.

Animals with Opposable Thumbs
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Little son helping his father with building work. Humans not only have opposable thumbs, but we can use our thumbs and hands in ways that animals cannot.

Are Humans mammals
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Are Humans Mammals
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Young orangutans stay with their mother until they reach around 7 years old. They spend this time learning everything from her.

Editorial Use Only. MASAI MARA - OCTOBER 02 : Young males posing in masai village on October 02 , 2013 in Masai Mara,Kenya

Are Humans Mammals-Masai
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Young male Maasai dancing their traditional dance. Their main activity is raising cattle, but the Maasai have also been known for centuries as fearsome hunters and warriors.

Humans (Homo Sapiens)
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