Humans are bipedal primates with varying skin tones and hair colors, though some humans are completely bald. Most humans are unremarkable in comparison to other alien races, lacking any sort of natural defense measures like armor or psychokinesis. However, each human carries Furon DNA, since some humans are descendants from Furons that came to Earth eons ago.
The history of the human race is given in bits and pieces throughout the series. A number Furons discovered Earth, mated with the humans, and as a result, led to humanity being endowed with Furon DNA. Thousands of years passed as humanity society became more advanced. Humanity was rediscovered in the Fifties, as a party led by Orthopox 13 in search for Furon DNA. The Furons infiltrated human society and since then they have been slowly towards collecting DNA. A few human organizations, such as the Majestic, the KGB, and Kluckin's Kitchen, have taken notice of the Furons and have fought back with little success.
Human technology is terribly archaic and in-efficient when compared to Furon or Blisk advancements. However, they employ a much more vast array of resources, but carbon combustion and electricity are the most commonly seen, however, humans have been able to develop nuclear power to compensate. Humans are new to space travel, and their ships are quite slow. Despite these disadvantages, humans can still pose a major threat, their nuclear missiles are capable of destroying a Furon Mothership and most other Furon Structures and their armaments can easily disable a Furon's personal shields.