The Human:
Homo sapiens are the most unusual of the primates. They are the most widespread of all of the primates inhabiting every environment and almost every continent on the world. The extreme lack of body hair and the bipedal locomotion are unique among primates. Humans eat virtually everything, being very opportunistic omnivores. The social organization varies across the world and this variability is not found in any other primate species, however, human sexuality is not as different from other primates as once was thought. The human's cranial anatomy consists of small canines, reduced molars, protruding chin, small face with little or no prognathism, large cranium, and poorly developed browridges and nuchal crest. The teeth of Homo sapiens are very comparable to the chimpanzee, the closest living relative of humans sharing 98% of their DNA.