Unexpected Signs That You Have A Unique Body

Posted by Editorial Staff in Amazing On 30th July 2017
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#5 Diastema

Diastema is a gap between the front teeth, occurring in about 20% of humans. From the viewpoint of dentists, it’s an anomaly that requires medical intervention. But many people, including celebrities, think that this feature adds uniqueness to their image!

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#6 Raising a single brow

Most people can only raise either their right or left eyebrow. The ability to raise both eyebrows is quite rare. However, it is possible to develop this talent by practice. Go in front of a mirror, pull one of your eyebrows downwards and try to raise the other one. After enough practice, you'll notice the muscles around your eyebrows. Soon, you'll be able to do it without the help of your hand. The necessity of this talent is absolutely debatable...

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#7 Dimples on the cheeks

Possessed by approximately 25% of the world’s population, dimples are a defect in the structure of the zygomatic muscle, which is responsible for smiling. In people with this physiological feature, a small bundle of the muscle gets attached to the bone. As a result, when a person smiles, a portion of the cheek is drawn inward. Dimples are particularly noticeable with chubby cheeks because fat makes the indentations more pronounced.

#8 Holes above the ears

Some people are born with tiny, barely visible holes above their ears. ... Simply put, the malformations are 'nodules, dents, or dimples' that are exposed anywhere around the external ear – specifically, where the 'face' and the ear cartilage meet.

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