But there are other reasons than continued growth that could explain this. Maybe fewer people who are old now had plastic surgery for large ears when they were young, and lots of young people are having plastic surgery for large ears. These are alternative explanations. One of the things that does happen is that skin loses elasticity as we age, so it stretches. Ear lobes tend to increase in length with age.
your nose and ears never stop growing that's why
Your ears and nose never stop growing.
nobody nose!! hahaha
Yes! Your nose is cartilage along with your ears. Those will never stop growing as long as you live.
Yes ears and noses stop growing.
Pinocchio and dumbo(ears and nose)
Your feet never stop growing, they carry on even after your dead. So does your hair, nose and ears.
Yes, its humans. for our inter life time our hair, ears, and nose never stop growing.
Your nose and ears never stop growing but I don't know what specific time it grows. I guess all the time or between 5 and 6:30 am on Weekdays and 7 to 8:30 pm on weekends. :) buzzzzzz wrong your nose stops growing when your about 18 your eyes and ears never stop growing
small intestine, ears, nose, hair, and nails and skin
your hair, nails, ears and nose never stop growing. for some people, their jaw bones, too. penises constantly grow and shrink.......
your nose never stops growing
Yes, but your ears and nose don't.
It truly depends on your history. I have a friend who's feet are 13 in men's. So feet never stop and neither do your ears and nose. Never stop growing.
Nothing stops it.
Ben says it does. Jennifer says it doesn't.
you nose does not quit growing.
Normally before 18 years old. But it really depends. Your ears and noses never stop growing.
Difficult to know. The penis, ears, hands, feet and nose do not stop growing.
Yes, although our bones usually stop growing after puberty cartlidge continues to grow. So since our ears and nose are made up primarily of cartlidge they will continue to grow as we age.
no they do not
Why does your hair never stop growing?