If you would have a quick look at the anatomical and physiological components of the human body, you will be amazed. Almost everything you can see has specific roles, and studying more about it would even heighten our appreciation to our body. Nevertheless, questions still knock into our intellect because some parts and elements attached to our lovely bodies have no clear roles, and we did not really know how they come about. For example, it was established years before that appendix is just an accessory organ, with not-so-important-and-almost-useless features; and we cannot blame it for being there.
Recently, in a science-oriented vlog, SciShow raised some information to address their random subscriber's question: what is the role of butt hairs, and how did they come about.
Weird but valid, right? Now, let us clarify this question here.
"Why do I have hair around my anus?" was the question; and apparently, that's when people realise, why is that so, really?
Ha-ha! Just ruining your day.
No specific studies pointed out about this biological phenomenon.
This is another bothering occurrence of hair grown in the butt. Complication happens somewhere in the butt crack region, due to "hairs embedding the skin," and this happens more in men.
The best thing that could be done is to theorise its origin.
Maybe yes, maybe no.
Other body hair like in the head, skin, armpit, pubic region, above the lips, chin area, eyes area, etc. help the body to hold oils which contain body smell. Like other animals, these oils (which can be pheromones) can attract same species.
Did you see some oils and bacteria?
In the course of human existence, we can feel that our butts are rubbing against each other. To keep up with irritation, rashes, bleeding or whatsoever, our body has developed this feature.
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