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 The Largest Organs in the Human Body?

Answer The human body has 78 organs. Not all organs are essential to humans. For example, humans can live without a bladder, stomach, large intestine and liver, according to IO9.com. However, the skin, li... Read More »
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How many bones are there in an average adult human body?

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How many bones are there in each ankle of the average human body?

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How many cells are in a human body?

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How many parts are in the human body?

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