#20 – Darwin’s Point
Wait, what? There’s actually a body part named after Darwin? That’s right, but it isn’t that significant at all, and it isn’t found in all humans. Darwin’s point is basically a minuscule fold of skin found on the outer side of the top of the ear. Now, you have probably concluded why this body part was named after Charles Darwin, but we’ll tell it anyway.
This body part was named after Darwin because he claimed that it is a remnant of when humans were monkeys. This special body part allowed monkey aka human to hear distant sounds and other important survival things.