Human tail is a curiosity, a cosmetic stigma and presents as an appendage in the lumbosacral region. Six patients of tail in the lumbosacral region are presented . Some people who have softer tissue there are able to bend our feed (try it), but for . While most of us don't have visible tails, occasionally someone is born with . Jun 28, 2015 - However, tail is still visible in few people and this medical condition is called Vestigial Tail. In fact, you must have heard of people who are born . Oct 8, 2015 - To some extent the answer to the question of whether some humans are born with tails and how prevalent it is depends on your definition of . Feb 11, 2013 - Some people can actually move the damn thing (fair warning, this video . in the womb -- it's an evolutionary leftover from when we all had tails. All humans have a tail during embryological development. Usually the tail disappears in the first trimester. If not, the baby is born with a vestigial tail. Dec 12, 2012 - At about four weeks, embryos have a little tail. At around six to twelve weeks, the white blood cells dissolve the tail, and the fetus develops into . After the Spanish-American War a report from the Philippines said that a United States Army exploring party had discovered in the Luzon jungles an 190rot tribe . In the context of human evolution, human vestigiality involves those traits occurring in humans . These included the muscles of the ear, wisdom teeth, the appendix, the tail bone, body hair, and the semilunar fold in the corner of the eye. In humans there is variability in these muscles, such that some people are able to .