Friday, November 30, 2007

Another Physiological/Anatomical Comparison Chart.. this time with fruitarians..

From: http://www.rawfoodexplained.com/the-human-dietetic-character-part-i/are-we-vegetarians-or-fruitarians.html


Anatomical Chart Comparison of Human and Carnivore/Omnivor/Herbivore/Frugivore









































































































































CARNIVORA OMNIVORA HERBIVORA FRUGIVORA (APES) MAN
Zonary placenta Placenta non-acciduate Placenta non-deciduate Discoidal placenta Discoidal placenta
Four Footed Four Footed Four footed Two hands and two feet Two hands and two feet
Have claws Have hoofs Have hoofs (cloven) Flat nails Flat nails
Go on all fours Go on all fours Go on all fours Walks upright Walks upright
Have tails Have tails Have tails Without tails Without tails
Eyes look sideways Eyes look sideways Eyes look sideways Eyes look forward Eyes look forward
Skin without pores Skin with pores Skin with pores (save with pachyderms as the elephant Millions of pores Millions of pores
Slightly developed incisor teeth Very well-developed incisor teeth
Well-developed incisor teeth Well-developed incisor teeth
Pointed molar teeth Molar teeth in folds
Blunt molar teeth Blunt molar teeth
*Dental formula

5 to 8.1.6.1.5 to 8

5 to 8.1.6.1.5 to 8
Dental formula

8.1.2 to 3.1.8

8.1.2 to 3.1.8
Dental formula

6.0.0.0.6

6.1.6.1.6
Dental formula

5.1.4.1.5.

5.1.4.1.5.
Dental formula

5.1.4.1.5

5.1.4.1.5
Small salivary glands Well- developed salivary glands Well- developed salivary glands Well- developed salivary glands Well- developed salivary glands
Acid reaction of saliva and urine Saliva and urine acid Alkaline reaction, saliva and urine Alkaline reaction, saliva and urine Alkaline reaction of saliva and urine
Rasping tongue Smooth tongue Smooth tongue Smooth tongue Smooth tongue
Teats on abdomen Teats on abdomen Teats on abdomen Miammary glands on breast Mammary glands on breast
Stomach simple and roundish Stomach simple and roundish large cul-de-sac A stomach in three compartments (in camel and some ruminents four) Stomach with duodenum (as second stomach) Stomach with duodenum (as second stomach)
Intestinal canal 3 times length of the body Intestinal canal 10 times length of the body Length of intestinal canal varies according to species, but is usually 10 times longer than body Intestinal canal 12 times length of the body Intestinal canal 12 times length-of the body
Colon Smooth Intestinal canal smooth and convoluted Intestinal canal smooth and convoluted Colon convoluted Colon convoluted
Lives on flesh Lives on flesh, carrion and plants Lives on grass, herbs and plants Lives on fruit and nuts Live on fruit!


*The figures in the center represent the number of incisors upon each side


Hugs,
Mango

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2 comments:

pElAgUS said...

awesome figures!! i had never found such a chart, thanx for sharing!

Fruitarian Mango - Raw Vegan, Fruit Only.. said...

Hi Pelagus.. glad to be of service! :)
regards,
Mango.