Skin is the largest organ of our body. The average weight of skin in the body is about 10,886 grams which varies according to the size and weight of human beings. Human skin is made up of different ectodermic tissues and it protects all the inner body organs like liver, glands, stomach, heart etc.
Liver is the second largest organ in the body males or females. Its average weight in a normal human body is 1,560 gms. The liver receives blood full of digested food from the gut. It stores some foods and delivers the rest to the other cells through blood.
Brain is the third largest and major organ of human body. Its average weight in a normal human body is 1,263 gms. The brain controls and governs the actions of all the body parts. There are about 100 billion cells in human brain enabling 100 trillion…
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