4.Realistic people IV
This time the article deals with the differences between male and female bodies and the changes that appear in us along the process of growth and ageing.
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The general shape of a human body is defined mainly by skeletal structure, muscles and fat.
Skeleton grows only up to the point at which a human reaches adulthood and remains pretty much the same throughout his or her whole life.
Muscle mass and the amount of fat may change for example due to exercise.
Being overweight or underweight causes change in the human body's shape as well as posture and walking style.
Clothing changes the appearance of the body. It may enhance the shape of the body. High heeled shoes, generally used by females, also alter