Apart from pubic, armpit, and facial hair, which almost all men have, most (but not all) men have hairy legs to some extent, hairy forearms to some extent, and at least some hair on their chests (between the pectoral muscles or around the nipples). Now, many men have much less hair than this--and some have much, much more. All of these men are normal.
Hair can grow anywhere on your body,man......
A grown man has hair all over their body. They have hair on their arms, legs, genitals, back, chest, abdomen, face, hands, feet and scalp. (Unless they're bald)** haha =P
Manscaping is when a man shaves or waxes some of the hair from his body. This includes mustaches, beards, and other body hair.
Read on BMI (body mass index), for example, in Wikipedia. There you can find the typical mass for different heights.
Unfortunately, it's all in your genes. However, men's body hair doesn't usually finish growing until they are about 30. So if you are a younger man with no body hair, it is likely that you will develop more body hair over time.
The body cavity of a frog is much larger in ratio to its body than a man's body cavity is. A frog's body cavity is also much more condensed than a man's.
Water accounts for about 60% of a man's body weight.
You gain body hair, height, weight and voice changes.
By the time a man is in his 40s, he probably has all the body hair he is ever going to have.
3.5 mm in 7days 3.5/7 = 0.5 mm/day there are 31 days in OCTOBER 0.5 x 31 = 15.5 mm
Fur is animal hair. Early man may or may not have had more hair than todays version. Science can only speculate.