Why do we need fingernails?
Fingernails are essentially flat claws possessed by primates. They are one type of our body's protection. Composed of Keratin, a hardened protein, they are used for scratching, removing debris, digging, picking. Plus, color and texture changes of fingernails can signal diseases in the body.
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