Will A Human's Flesh Graft To Another's ?

Reply Sun 8 Oct, 2017 01:41 pm
Just for the sake of curiosity; if two people had their hands (or arms or legs) tightly bound to each other for a long period of time, let's say many years, would their flesh merge? Would they grow into each other and eventually share skin and blood vessels etc,?
I noticed this happens with tree limbs sometimes, when two branches lean against one another they kind of merge together.
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