Regards animals it is said: Any [animal] that has a blemish (mum מום) you shall not offer up (Leviticus 22:20), and that it has to be tamim (תמים - 22:21). While regards the kohanim who brought the offers also couldn't have a mum, but of whom it isn't said that they had to be tamim.

Why is it that a animal in the offering has to be tamim, but of a human in the offering this part is left out?

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