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Human Body

Two early engravings of human trees of veins and arteries. Treelike structures are an ideal way to maximise and connect points of contact within a finite space. We share some genes with trees, and early geneticists thought that the number of chromosomes in an organism determined its prowess, until they discovered that humans have the same number as privet hedges, while mice have slightly more, and lilies 33 times as many.
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