# How many leg are in the world?

## How many leg are in the world?

The vast majority of people have two legs. But some people have no legs or one leg. So the average number of legs will be just slightly less than 2, meaning most people have an above average number of legs.

### How many legs does human have?

4
Human/Limbs

#### What is the average amount of legs on earth?

The average number of legs in the world is 1.97.

What has the most legs in the world?

Millipede Illacme
Millipede Illacme plenipes The millipede ranks as the animal with the most limbs on Earth, having 750. On average, these millipedes have close to 600 legs, which still rank at the top. Rediscovered in 2005, the first description of Illacme plenipes was in 1928.

What creature has 7 legs?

A freak sheep with seven legs has been born in China. The adorable lamb was welcomed into the world by Inner Mongolian farmer Wang Jingfeng late January. Within minutes it was running and jumping around, and drinking milk from its mother.

## What animals have 9 legs?

The discovery of an octopus with nine legs in Shizugawa Bay in Minami-Sanriku, Japan, has surprised even a local researcher, who said he had never seen such a phenomenon. An octopus has the ability to regenerate its eight legs, and by some chance this one perhaps added one.

### What are your 7 limbs?

‘The limbs’ describes the anatomy of the upper limb—divided into the arm between shoulder and elbow; the forearm between elbow and wrist; and the hand below the wrist—and the lower limb, which is divided into the thigh between hip and knee; the leg between knee and ankle; and the foot below the ankle.

#### Why do we have 2 legs?

Scientists claim that walking on two legs was one of the keys to humans’ development from ancient ape-like ancestors. Walking on two legs saved energy and allowed the arms to be used for activities like hunting, crafting simple tools and interacting with objects.

Are all animals 4 legged?

The majority of walking animals are quadrupeds, including mammals such as cattle and cats, and reptiles, like lizards. Birds, humans, insects, crustaceans and snakes are not quadrupeds. There are some exceptions, for example among the insects the praying mantis is a quadruped.

What animal has 9 legs?

octopus
The discovery of an octopus with nine legs in Shizugawa Bay in Minami-Sanriku, Japan, has surprised even a local researcher, who said he had never seen such a phenomenon. An octopus has the ability to regenerate its eight legs, and by some chance this one perhaps added one.

## What animals have 100 legs?

Centipede. Centipedes are long, thin arthropods with one pair of legs per body segment. Despite “centi” in their name, which implies 100 legs, centipedes can have fewer than 20 legs to more than 300 legs, but they always have an odd number of pairs of legs.

### How many legs do people have?

Normally, 10 people have 20 legs since each person has 2 legs each. But given the scenario that two people don’t have legs, this would mean 20 minus 4, is 16 legs.

#### How many muscles in your legs?

Upper leg muscles. Hamstrings. The hamstrings are three muscles located on the back of the thigh. They allow the knees to bend. The three hamstrings are the: semimembranosus. semitendinosus .

How many reps for legs?

Do 6-8 reps when you workout your upper body, and 12-20 when you workout your legs. We usually spend so much time walking or standing (unless you do nothing all day) that our quads, calves and hamstrings are already used to endurance. High reps result in big muscle gains when you train your legs!

How many legs are on six ants?

Ants have 6 legs. The main idea is that all six legs are attached to the mesosoma (“thorax”). Not too many people know that ants have a hooked claw at the end of each leg.