Some parts of the body grow faster than others, which explains why a baby’s proportions are very different from those of an adult. A newborn’s head accounts for one-quarter of its body length… the brain is relatively large and well developed. By contrast, the head of an adult is less than one-seventh of total body length. A baby’s legs are about one-third its length, while an adult’s legs are half the body’s length.
Amazing isn’t it?
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