Science Trivia on the Human Body for kids | Fizzics Education

Human Body Trivia

Human Body Trivia

True. Some bones in the infant’s skull have not yet fused together and so the infant has more bones than a fully formed adult.
False (although you can find this "fact" in a lot of places). Dust is made up of lots of different things including animal dander, insect waste, and dirt.
No, but be honest. You just tried to, right?
Yes, the cartilage disks in your spine expand due to the lack of gravity.
An ancient form of medicine which involves making a hole in the human skull to relieve pressure. Do not do this.
In the middle ear. Collectively called ossicles, the 3 bones are the malleus (hammer), incus (anvil) & stapes (stirrup).
A substance - usually produced by bacteria - that causes fever.
It is your outer ear, the bit you see made out of cartilage.
AB negative. Less than one percent of the population has this blood type.
The eye’s lens continues to grow throughout one’s life. It becomes thicker and less transparent.
People often favour one leg over the other. It is possible that over time the discrepancy between the two leg strides may indeed cause you to walk in circles.
False. This is a common myth taught in primary schools and it the result of a mistranslated scientific paper, from German to English.
17, and it takes 43 to frown. So let's all be lazy and smile.

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