In my world, there is a species from the Homo genus named Homo gigas. They are commonly called giants.
They are as massive as polar bears, and they never stop growing like kangaroos.
They have seal-like blubber.
They are closely related to Homo corpulentus (swamp humans/ogres), and Homo maritimus (marine humans/merfolk); together, they form the aquatic humans clade.
When we compare them to average anatomically modern humans, in terms of both intrapersonal and naturalistic intelligences, they are geniuses, and in terms of both interpersonal and linguistic intelligences, they are mildly mentally disabled (the reason for those things is because giants are as solitary as orangutans).
Their cradle is Northern Quebec, Canada, Western World.
Finally, they are omnivores with herbivorous tendencies like gorillas (except that they eat other kinds of animals than just insects; they also eat mammals, birds, echinoderms, etc.).
Contrary to anatomically modern humans, giants never invented fire or summer clothes because their large bodies and their vascularized fat make them better at dealing with the cold. Also, since they are nomadic browsers like gorillas, except that they are MUCH better swimmers, I wonder if their appendix would have a MUCH more important function than anatomically modern humans' appendix. I ask because anatomically modern humans have a tiny appendix because they cook their food and eat fewer plants than gorillas.
So, would giants have a bigger appendix than anatomically modern humans?