"People die when they cut the veins of their wrist but it is not so when the whole hand is cut" Why?
Related to biology..................
Well, maybe because they didn't cut the vein in the process.
If you intentionally cut the veins in your wrist, you intentionally don't stop the bleeding and likely die.
Few people cut off a hand, and since that's usually an accident, they are screaming for help and put pressure on it and get help to stop it from causing them to bleed to death.
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