Why Do We Have Beards? While Beards Are Completely Biologically Useless

Unlike other hair types -they have their own functions.

Have you ever wondered why we have beards? In fact, scientists have shown that beards are not a biological trait of the body the way we thought for many years. Beard is like an ornamental plant.

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