12 untold facts about the Human body
Human body parts
Cockroaches are famous because of their incredible resistance to death! But did you know that we have some amazing skills too?! We can continue living even without a stomach, 75% of our liver, spleen, a lung, and 80% of the intestine. It is advised not to test your ability anytime during a lifetime!
Tennis court inside your body
It’s just a weird fact that our lungs are so porous that its surface area is equal to a tennis court
Little precious pinky
Parasites on eyelash
The human body Skin loss
Nose picking is natural
It’s not a beautiful scene to someone picks his/her nose, but it’s not a medical condition either. Just human system logic! The nose is to be blamed for it. This human body part produces about a cupful nasal mucus every day!
No blood needed
Another incredible fact about the human eye is that cornea doesn’t have any blood supply. So it consumes oxygen directly from surrounding air!
Inner dolphin of the human body
Our biology system designed such that it allows us to swim and go underwater. the human body changes different factors to make that possible. It’s called a diving reflex in which heart rate drops, more blood cells released and blood vessels narrow. Without these adaptive changes, we can’t last long in the water.
human body Electricity generation
You’re probably familiar with the light bulb glowing as a symbol of reaching an idea or thinking. It’s amazing to know that our brain actually can light a bulb when it’s active. That’s how much electricity produced as brain signals!
We lose 94 Bones and cartilages
Our body structure changes throughout a lifetime. We born with nearly 300 bones and cartilage but as adults, only 206 bones can be found! Where did the go? They change. Some bones fuse together around the age of 20 and some cartilages are replaced by bones.