Even if chimpanzees or gorillas have a hairy appearance, it's humans who win in this category.
Humans have more hair follicles per square inch of skin than them.
Our hair has shrunken and lost its color on many parts of the body except the top of the head and a few other areas.
In spite of this, the hair follicles, the hair producing equipment, are all intact, inside the skin.
Your palms, soles, lips, eyelids, penis, labia minora and nipples are the only hairless patches on your body.
Furthermore, their quantity and body distribution is similar for all the populations of our race.
When you look closely at anybody's skin, mostly in the sun, you will see hair all over the place.