I'd say that humans are stubborn. Stubborn enough to not to admit wrongdoing and then too stubborn to admit defeat.- Elven warrior
Bipedal, i.e. walking on two legs which are attached to a torso containing the vital organs. The torso also connects to two arms which have one hand each attached to them, which allow for interaction with objects and sending signals to other humans. Finally there is a head containing a brain attached to the torso separated via the neck.
Ecology and Habitats
Due to the very good adaptability of humans, they can survive in all but the most extreme climates and locations for long periods of time, but most live in moderately temperate climates.
Dietary Needs and Habits
One of the most flexible omnivores around, allowing humans to eat most of the foods that are available in any given location, be it animal or plant material. Note that plant material needs to have a higher then average concentration of nutritions in order to be viable, due to their stomachs not being adapted to low nutritional, highly fibrous foods like grass.
Perception and Sensory Capabilities
VisionHumans have two eyes which provide a combined field of view of about 135 degrees vertical and 200 degrees horizontal. Human eyes can detect colour while in bright light and see in a gray scale once in dim light. Full adoption to dim light takes approximately 30 minutes and is interrupted by bright lights, say from a candle or a lightning strike.
HearingHuman ears serve two primary functions: Hearing and Balance. Hearing is way for the brain to understand vibrations propagated through mediums, most commonly air. Many scholars have observed balance problems once the inner ears are damaged, allowing them to conclude that ears are the organs that help the brain maintain balance.
Homo Sapiens Sapiens