Subject: Are there any anatomical differences in feet based on gender?
Date: Mon Dec 6 15:46:30 1999
Posted by susie smith
Grade level: undergrad
School: Harding University
City: Searcy State/Province: AR
Area of science: Anatomy
I don't know if there is any research concerning the differences in feet
between genders, but a large segment of society seems to hold the opinion
that the feet of males and females look different. I was wondering if
there is a pattern or similar type of shape correlated with a specific
gender or if the shape of the foot is only a result of genetics?
Re: Are there any anatomical differences in feet based on gender?
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