THE HUMAN BODY QUIZ

THE HUMAN BODY QUIZ

Apr 26, 2022

Just a Bag of Bones -
We all have one so we should at least have some familiarity and knowledge about our bodies. Try this quiz to test your understanding of our human bodies.

QUESTIONS

1. Where is the fontanelle on a new born baby?

2. What is the longest bone in the body?

3. Which part of the body sees the thinnest area of skin?

4. Which internal organ is the only one capable of regenerating and healing itself if it becomes damaged?

5. What is the tailbone called which is the final segment of the spine and is comprised of three to five bony segments? (Plus ONE POINT for spelling it correctly)

6. Which organ is not considered essential for survival yet helps to fight infections, controls the level of blood cells and filters blood to remove dead or damaged red blood cells?

7. What spongy substance found within the body produces most of our red and white blood cells along with platelets?

8. How many pairs of ribs does a human have?

9. In the body what are classed as skeletal, cardiac and smooth?

10. Where would you find the phalanges in your body?

 

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ANSWERS

1. Where is the fontanelle on a new born baby?
THE HEAD (It’s the soft spot on the skull)

2. What is the longest bone in the body?
FEMUR (The thigh bone)

3. Which part of the body sees the thinnest area of skin?
EYELIDS (Skin is thickest at the feet!)

4. Which internal organ is the only one capable of regenerating and healing itself if it becomes damaged?
LIVER

5. What is the tailbone called which is the final segment of the spine and is comprised of three to five bony segments? (Plus ONE POINT for spelling it correctly)
COCCYX

6. Which organ is not considered essential for survival yet helps to fight infections, controls the level of blood cells and filters blood to remove dead or damaged red blood cells?
SPLEEN

7. What spongy substance found within the body produces most of our red and white blood cells along with platelets?
BONE MARROW

8. How many pairs of ribs does a human have?
12 PAIRS (24 singular ribs make up the rib cage and men and women have the same amount)

9. In the body what are classed as skeletal, cardiac and smooth?
MUSCLES

10. Where would you find the phalanges in your body?
HANDS AND FEET

 

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