As noted in Chagigah (16a), human beings hove
three characteristics in common with, and three
other characteristics distinguishing them from,
animals. The similarities include eating and drinking,
elimination of wastes, and reproduction. Human beings
are distinct from animals in that human beings have
understanding, communicate verbally, and walk erect.
Babich, H. (2001-2002). The kof, reverse evolution, and the adnei ha-sadeh. Derech HaTeva, 6, 79-84.
*This is constructed from limited available data and may be imprecise.