We all know that people have the difference between left-handed and right-handed, but animals also have left and right scorpions, and left-handers are no less than humans.
Recent studies have found that monkeys and apes, which are closer to humans, have differentiated from the forelimbs. The emergence of human left-handedness has roots in evolution.
When the flounder is young, the eyes are symmetrically distributed. When they grow up, they gradually move to one side. Some become the “left-handed” with the eyes on the left side, while others become the “right-handed” with the eyes on the right side.
Conch is mostly right-handed, but there are also some left-handed.
Crabs are probably the most obvious kind of animal with the characteristics of the scorpion. The two cheeks in front of the crab are always asymmetrical, and the left-handed crab of the “left-handed” crab is larger and more powerful; the right-claw of the “right-handed” crab is larger and stronger.
The mouth of the sparrow is also divided into left and right sides. Some grow into a right-scissor-type “right-handed”, while others grow into a left-scissor-type “left-handed”.