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Here's Some Things You Never Knew About Boobs, But Should

Written by the MarlonWayans.tv editorial team
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Human br*asts are awesome. They're one of the few organs that aren’t fully developed at birth, our offspring depend almost entirely on them, and while in most mammals the breast becomes enlarged exclusively during lactation, we are the only species on the planet to have perpetually swollen mammary glands.
AsapSCIENCE made a video to explain everything you need to know about this awesome human feature and why br*asts are one of the best things to human, evolutionarily speaking.
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Human br*asts are awesome. They're one of the few organs that aren’t fully developed at birth, our offspring depend almost entirely on them, and while in most mammals the breast becomes enlarged exclusively during lactation, we are the only species on the planet to have perpetually swollen mammary glands.
AsapSCIENCE made a video to explain everything you need to know about this awesome human feature and why br*asts are one of the best things to human, evolutionarily speaking.
Have you ever stopped to think just how amazing it is that a woman’s body can convert blood into milk to deliver protein, sugars and fats to our offspring? Not all animal species can do what we can. Think about baby birds for example, they depend on their parents to bring them food they’ve hunted, so their survival depends wholly on the availability of food sources and the parent’s ability to find it.
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Have you ever stopped to think just how amazing it is that a woman’s body can convert blood into milk to deliver protein, sugars and fats to our offspring? Not all animal species can do what we can. Think about baby birds for example, they depend on their parents to bring them food they’ve hunted, so their survival depends wholly on the availability of food sources and the parent’s ability to find it.
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