The human species (Hvetshrenu: sert), in contrast to Hvetshran species, is less tall and only has one form. Humans have no tail or spikes on their back and often live in villages or cities. They mostly sleep at night time and are awake at day time, and have organised groups that do assigned tasks for the community, such as cultivating or gathering food, collecting and organising information, transportation and communication.


Most historians agree on the fact that the human species belongs to the primates.