Leilani

By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

Meet The Weird Human Who’s Designed To Survive A Car Accident.

In an accident, our faces are vulnerable to scratches, cuts, and fractures.

There are so many things that can happen in a car accident. Our faces are susceptible to injuries caused by impacts with anything from the steering wheel to shattered glass.

With a flat face and plenty of fatty tissue, Graham is designed to absorb the energy of an impact much better than we can.

In an accident, our faces are vulnerable to scratches, cuts, and fractures.

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"Airbag rather than armor."

One of the most distinctive parts of Graham's body is his chest area, which droops down to his stomach. While you might think that he resembles a cow, he was made with stronger ribs, a larger, barrel-like chest, and an airbag-like torso for better protection.

"Airbag rather than armor."

AAP Image / Transport Accident Commission

The idea behind an airbag-like torso is that it will absorb the force and reduce his forward momentum, successfully protecting some of his most vital organs.

AAP Image / Transport Accident Commission

Scars can serve as haunting reminders for accident victims.

Injuries to one's skin during an accident are rarely life threatening, but when deep enough, they can cause nerve damage and pain. They can also serve as unwanted reminders for those involved. As you can see, Graham's skin is much thicker and tougher to better guard him against such injuries.

Scars can serve as haunting reminders for accident victims.

AAP Image / Transport Accident Commission

In accidents that cause the victims to jolt forward, the neck faces more pressure than it can manage.

That's why Patricia decided to do away with Graham's neck. As you can see here, his ribs have been attached to his skull instead.

In accidents that cause the victims to jolt forward, the neck faces more pressure than it can manage.

AAP Image / Transport Accident Commission

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