Write names of some vestigial organs in the human body. - Science and Technology 2

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Write names of some vestigial organs in the human body.

Write names of any two vestigial organs in the human body.

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Solution

The human body contains several vestigial organs, including the tailbone (coccyx), wisdom teeth, and body hairs.

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