Q: Why do we have ten fingers (In total) and ten toes (In total)?

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Humans normally have ten fingers and ten toes, a total of twenty digits.

His name is lost in antiquity. But we do know that it was someone with ten fingers and ten toes, which he applied extensively and often to his mathematical activities.

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Humans normally have ten fingers and ten toes, a total of twenty digits.

It is declarative, as it is stating a fact.

Ten baby fingers and ten baby toes. w John Moore, m Werner James Losh

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because that's how humans are.

It's a number sentence

squirrels are in the same family as chipmunks, and have but 5 fingers like us humans.

the answer is "Toes" 8 small fingers 2 toes

You have ten fingers normally. In your feet you have toes and not fingers. The maximum number of fingers are not decided. In some languages like Marathi, you call toes also as fingers of feet. In Marathi language you call he or she to denote male and female animals.

I would say a declaration.....you are making a statement. Debi

Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This one refers to a cowboy's fingers or nails. Humans have ten fingers (and toes), so cowboys called them the ten commandments.

Unless the dog is a mutant it won't have fingers. You could call their digits "toes", in which case, a typical dog will have 4 toes on each hind leg and 5 toes on each front leg. The grand total is 18 toes. The front legs typically have 4 toes on the ground and a dew claw that doesn't touch the ground, which is to say, dog tracks show four toes.