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Human body is an incredibly complex and intricate system, one that still amazes scientists and researchers on a regular basis despite thousands of years of medical knowledge. So how much do we actually know about our own bodies? Chances are, it’s much stranger than you can probably imagine, yet as fascinating as it ever gets.
Infants are born with approximately 300 bones, but as they grow some of these bones merge together. By the time they reach adulthood, they only have 206 bones.
More than half of our bones are located in the hands, wrists, feet, and ankles.
About 60% of our body is made up of water.
The only muscle that never tires is the heart.
Our nose and ears continue growing throughout our entire lives.
The sense of smell is around 10,000 times more sensitive than the sense of taste.
Our brain uses over a quarter of the oxygen used by the human body.
If you smoothed out all of the wrinkles in the brain, it would lay flat the size of a pillowcase.
When listening to music, our heartbeats will sync with the rhythm.
If all the blood vessels in the human body were laid end to end, they would encircle the Earth four times.
As well as having unique fingerprints, all humans also have unique tongue prints.
There are about ten thousand taste buds on the human tongue and in general women have more taste buds than men!
While awake, your brain produces enough electricity to power a lightbulb.
All Humans Are +99% Identical, the visual differences or internal differences we have are only due to a tiny variation in genetics.
The left side of our brain controls the right side of our body and the right side of our brain controls the left side of our body.
We are about 1cm taller in the morning when we first get up than when we go to bed. This is because during the day the soft cartilage between our bones gets squashed and compressed.
Human teeth are just as strong as shark teeth.
We carry, on average, about four pounds of bacteria around in our bodies.
Our big toes can bear 40% of our body weight.
The sweat itself is actually odorless, it’s the bacteria found on your skin that mingle with your sweat and produce body odor.
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