What is the purpose of an Adam’s apple? Could male nipples lactate? The male body is full of surprises. And if you’re a guy who thinks he knows his body to a T, or a lady who is an expert and knows it all, you’re in for a treat. Here’s a list of impressive (and peculiar) facts about the male body and some odd differences between male and female bodies that you don’t want to miss. Most of these features are hard to believe, yet true.
Female origins 0:53
Men’s faces age slower than women’s. 3:14
Thick skin 4:03
Men’s bodies can lactate. 5:21
The Adam’s apple 6:33
Color perception 7:20
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-Humans technically start life as a blank slate, and for the first 5 to 6 weeks, only the X chromosome is present in a fetus. After the 5- to 6-week period, if the fetus is to be male, the Y chromosome finally appears in a process called sexual differentiation.
-If a man’s father is bald, then his chances of also losing his hair increase by 60%. The activity of male hormones also affects hair follicles in such a way that the body gradually loses its ability to produce new hair.
-A man’s skin loses its concentration of collagen much more slowly as he ages, meaning that it’s much more resistant to wrinkling and sagging.
-Men’s skin is thicker on the stratum corneum, which is the outermost layer of the epidermis. It provides a strong barrier between the environment and the living cells underneath.
-Men and women are built from a common pattern, and that’s the reason why men have nipples. In theory, men could lactate because male breasts have milk ducts and some mammary tissue.
-The Adam’s apple expands to account for the growth of the larynx. As the larynx grows, the man’s voice becomes deeper and lower.
-Men can discern far fewer shades of color than women can. Color perception is determined by retinal cone cells. Their information is contained in the X chromosome, and, because women have 2 X chromosomes, the number of cone cells they possess is, naturally, twice as high as that of men.
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