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Comparative Anatomy

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Comparative Anatomy
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  • Human anatomy is similar to the anatomy of many other organisms.
  • Humans develop from an embryo with a temporary tail.
  • Scientists look at fossils to see how the anatomy of organisms has changed over time.
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Level 1

What is the general arrangement of bones in a human arm? Is it similar to other animals?

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Why would scientists want to look at the embryological development of organisms and compare them?

Level 3

Why do humans have a tailbone? What could it tell us about our past?

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