it didn't. If you look at the supposed blad picture where he is wearin a wet suit you can notice he has a ponytail
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It could grow to up to 3.5 feet long. Some people may have longer hair than this because they're above the average.Like Indians.
That's a new one. I'm 65 (very little gray hair) and most of my girlfriends as well have their hair streaked. I have not heard one of them ever want to look their age at 50 and have their hair dyed gray. I have heard of one of my girlfriends that has a lot of gray saying she is going to let it grow out and be totally gray. We'll see how long that one lasts! LOL You are only as old as you feel. Few women have nice silvery gray hair so it would make you look a lot older than 50. If you are persistent about it I am sure your hairdresser would be happy to comply, but it will be hard on your hair as they'll have to bleach it right out.
well this is kind of an ambiguous answer but im sure it has to do with "blueprints" in the DNA. the DNA stores all of the info about what grows and how stuff grows etc..
Also there are roots in your head when you are born and just like a plant those roots have to grow something and it grows something out your head.
The evolutionary reason that people have long hair is because it covers the neck in cold weather and preserves heat.
We are better to ask and answer in terms of adaptive, rather than "evolutionary" advantage. Species adapt, but never actually become something different. At the end of it evolution is a world view, which strains credulity, offered to explain away the obvious.