Why do boys get a characteristic voice after puberty?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 19th Oct, 2016, 10:01: AM
With the onset of puberty, the hormonal changes in the body cause the larynx or the voice box to enlarge, which gives boys a characteristic deep or low-pitched voice.
Answered by | 19th Oct, 2016, 12:01: PM
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