This is what humans will look like in 1,000 years

Ever wondered what humans will look like in 3015, almost 1,000 years from now?

Human evolution
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Human evolution

Since his appearance on Earth, Man—like all other species—has not stopped evolving. From Australopithecus to Homo habilis and Homo erectus, and finally to modern man, the human body has been transformed. And this is obviously not about to stop.

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Technology at the service of the body

A team of specialists (dentists, osteopaths, plastic surgeons, etc.) from The Sun has taken an interest in the subject. According to them, human beings will undergo many physical transformations. In 1,000 years, we will have darker skin and a more elongated figure. Time may also change the colour of our eyes.

Another big change that could happen is that the number of teeth will decrease. The reason for this is that we are eating less and less solid food. Specialists even envisage that humans will switch to pill food. But it is above all the inventions of human beings that could change the face of humanity. Technology, which changes our habits, could end up altering our physical appearance.

Towards robotic bodies?

In addition, the eyes could grow larger to make room for visual communication, which takes precedence over oral communication. The testicles could shrink due to a decline in male fertility. According to these specialists, technological advances would allow human bodies to become robotic and not as natural as they are today.

This would allow us to have additional abilities, such as seeing new colours. All this is based on supposition. The only certainty is that humans are still evolving. Watch the video above to learn more about the evolution of the human race!

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