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Human Body By Tara and Serkan

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guildford public

on 14 August 2013

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Transcript of Human Body By Tara and Serkan

The Human Body
Did you know that children have more bones adults? Also your skeleton gives you protection, movement and it can also do other things to help you. In the body most adults have 32 teeth and another name for the funny bone is humerous.
Types of Organs
There are different types of organs like the skin, the heart and many more. The heart is part of the circulatory system so it pumps blood around the body. Did you know that your skin is the largest organ in the human body. Also your lungs are part of the respiratory system so it helps you to breathe.
The Skeletal System
Our opinions about the body
We agree that the circulatory system is the most important because the heart can circulate the blood all around the human body. We also agree that the most important body part is the brain because it can give you senses.
Facts about the body
Humans have a stage of rapid eye movement known as REM. For the digestive system, it takes 12 hours to digest the food in the body. Did you know that the brain uses over a quarter of oxygen in the human body? The smallest bone is located in your middle ear and also you breathe 20,000 a day.
Every second you breathe and by the time you're 70 years of age you would at least take 600 million breathes.
Skeletal System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Circulatory System
The Organs
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