10+ facts about human body

  • Humans are also animals and belong to sub-phylum vertebrata of phylum Chordata.
  • Human brain, neocortex is far more developed in whole animal kingdom.
  • Chemical composition of Human Body consists of water and organic compounds such as lipids, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acid.
  • A cell is the smallest part of a Human body and there are many types of cell. Human body consists of trillions of cells.
  • Human body contains 9 major organs such as integumentary system, respiratory system, circulatory system, digestive system, excretory system, nervous system, nervous system, reproductive system
  • New born babies have around 305 bones but these bones fuse together to form new bones when they reach adult hood and in adult hood we have only 206 bones.
  • Mouth produces around a liter of saliva everyday without you noticing it.
  • Most of these 206 bones are located in hand, feet, wrists and ankles.
  • Teeths are also part of skeleton system but they do not count towards bone count.
  • Human body is made up of 60 percent of water.
  • Our brain uses around a quarter of the total oxygen we inhale.
  • Sometimes our brain becomes more active while we are asleep than we are awake.
  • A adult blood vessels can circle earth’s equator four times if connected end to end.
  • Around 67 different species of bacteria live in our gut system (stomach).
  • Human jaw is the most strongest muscle in human body.
  • Smallest bone in human body is found in ears.

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