Tarzan Should Have A Beard
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Tarzan should most definitely have a beard. In the Disney movie, we never see him with any sort of razor, since there was no way that he would be able to obtain one. He was alone on the island, except for the animals, so he would not physically be able to shave his face. Also, statistics show that boys start growing hair on their face at the age on 15 (on average). Tarzan is much older than 15 when Jane finds him, so he should have grown a beard by then. As my last point, he was raised by apes, and it was not socially acceptable for apes to shave their faces. With all that being said, Tarzan should have a beard.
There is no evidence stating that Tarzan is physically unable to grow a beard. His skin actually has the ideal conditions for beard-growing, since I have spoken to an expert on that topic.
He prefers to be unamed, but he said that the consistency of the skin determines what sort of beard will grow. Either way, all men are able to produce some sort of fuzz, but Tarzan doesn't even have that. There is a conspiracy theory that the king and queen from Frozen were actually Tarzan's parents. If this is true, we see that his father could not only grow a fantastic beard, but he used to have a mustache as well. Also, it it believed that Anna and Elsa are Rapunzel's cousins. Since the theory states that Tarzan is Anna and Elsa's brother, he would be Rapunzel's cousin as well. We see that the king, his uncle, also has a large beard. With all of that being said, it is a necessity for Tarzan to have a beard in his movie.
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Vote Placed by TheCoolestPersonEver 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: I thought Con's suggestion of a genetic mutation was more convincing.
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