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Thanks to phones, teens are starting to grow horns

Australian researchers claim that some teens are beginning to grow horn-like spikes on the back of their skulls.

They suggest the horn is actually a strange bone spur that has formed at the back of the heads of the teens because they tilt their heads forward to look down at their phones constantly.

The Washington Post wrote an extensive article with more information on these “horns.”

Are we evolving? Are we failing as a species?

That’s up to you to decide.