10 Most Interesting Facts About The Human Body

The human body is an fabulously complex and chequered system, one that still amazes scientists and researchers regularly despite thousands of years of medical experience. As a result, it shouldn’t be any astonishment that even body parts and functions we deal with every day have bizarre and interesting facts and definitions behind them. Each of our bodies are a miracle. You would agree with me after reading these facts!
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10 – Stomach

Stomach
Stomach

Your stomach is full of digestive acid which is stong enough to melt zinc. By the way, the stomach lining renews itself so quickly that the acids don’t have time to eat through that.

09 – Human Bone

Bones
Bones

Photo by Mike Gabelmann
Human bone is about 4 times stonger than concrete. A cubic inch of bone can bear a load of 19.000 lbs. It is over 8.6 tons.

08 – Body Heat

Hot Skin
Hot Skin

The average human body gives off enough heat in only a half hour to boild a half gallon of water.

07 – Human Saliva

Saliva
Saliva

In your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two olympic swimming pools.

06 – Lungs

Lungs
Lungs

Lungs consist of over 300,000 million capillaries which are tiny blood vessels. If they were laid out, they would span 1,500 miles.

05 – Testicles

Sperms
Sperms

An average man’s testicles produce 10 million new sperm cells everyday. That’s enough new sperm to repopulate the entire World in only 6 months.

04 – Ovaries

New Born
New Born

Photo by Nana B Agyei
In a female’s ovaries, there are over 50,000 eggs but only 400 of them will ever get the chance to create a new baby.

03 – Heart

Heart
Heart

Your heart can keep beating even if it is separated from your body. It has is own electrical impulse.

02 – Hands

Hands
Hands

Photo by Images by John ‘K
In one square inch of our hand we have nine feet of blood vessels, 600 pain sensors, 9000 nerve endings, 36 heat sensors and 75 pressure sensors.

01 – Nose

Nose
Nose

Photo by eren {sea+prairie}
Your nose has quite the memory, and has the ability to remember 50,000 different scents.