The human vermiform appendix is often offered as a vestigial

The human vermiform appendix is often offered as a vestigial organ and therefore another bit of evid… Show more The human vermiform appendix is often offered as a vestigial organ and therefore another bit of evidence for the fact of evolution. The truth is that many scientists feel that the vermiform appendix is a) not a vestigial organ. b) is mostly lymphoid tissue and a part of the immune system. c) a vestige of the organ responsible for hindgut fermentation. d) a vestige of the organ responsible for digestion of raw flesh. e) all of the above • Show less

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