how can the human body be bilatraly symmetrical as we have only 1 heart on the left?

Asked by anirudhs | 9th Nov, 2010, 12:00: AM

Expert Answer:

Dear student,
Most animals including humans lack complete bilateral symmetry. For instance, we are right or left handed, have one liver, one spleen, one gut/stomach, one heart and our brains have differing functions on either side. Even in the heart itself the left ventricle is substantially larger than the right ventricle.
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Answered by  | 11th Nov, 2010, 01:43: PM

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