COMPARING THE HUMAN HAND TO THAT OF OTHER VERTEBRATES
human hand is composed of a set of carpal bones, metacarpals, and phalanges.
How do the hands of other animals compare?
The human hand is composed of a set of carpal bones, metacarpals, and phalanges. How do the hands of other animals compare?
salamander and frog
turtle and playtpus
WHAT SPECIFIC SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES DID YOU NOTICE BETWEEN THE HUMAN STRUCTURES AND THOSE OF OTHER VERTEBRATES? HOW DO THESE STRUCTURAL SIMILARITIES/DIFFERENCES COMPARE TO SIMILARITIES/DIFFERENCES IN LIFESTYLE? WHAT MAKES HUMANS UNIQUE? WHAT RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ORGANISMS DO YOU FEEL ARE SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMPARISONS OF THEIR FEATURES? WHAT FEATURES DO YOU FEEL DEFINE A PARTICULAR GROUP?