The Human Body Quiz

Think you know the Human Body? Make no bones about it, This quiz will test your brain power! Learn more about the anatomy of the human body from organs and joints to bones and systems.

You’ll find 100 questions divided into 4 rounds, so gather your family or friends for some human anatomy quizzing.

Round 1 – Easy

1 -What percentage of the human body is water – 58% 66% or 78%?

2 – Where is the smallest bone in the human body located?

3 – Which organ does the skull protect?

4 – Which is the largest joint in the human body?

5 – What is the coloured part of the eye called?

6 – How many milk teeth do children normally have?

7 – How many teeth does a fully grown adult normally have?

8 – What is the longest bone in the human body?

9 – How many lungs does the human body have?

10 – The two holes in your nose are called?

11 – Can the human body survive longer without food or without water?

12 – The Clavicle is better known as what?

13 – Which is the most flexible muscle in the human body?

14 – Which tendon is named after the ancient Greek mythological figure?

15 – The most common eye color in the world is?

16 – How many chambers are there in the Human Heart?

17 – What is it impossible to keep open when sneezing?

18 – Where on your body is the thickest skin located?

19 – Where on your body is the thinnest skin located?

20 – Which is the only organ capable of regeneration?

21 – What does the orbital cavity contain?

22 – How many muscles control your eyeballs – 4,5 OR 6?

23 – What is the nickname for the protruding thyroid cartilage on the larynx?

24 – What is the average thickness of human skin – 1mm, 2mm or 3mm?

25 – The five senses are sight, hearing, smell, touch, and?

Round 2 – Intermediate

1 – Where are the smallest muscles in the human body found?

2 – What is the largest organ of the human body?

3 – What hormone, produced in the pancreas, regulates blood sugar levels?

4 – The permanent cessation of menstruation in the females is known as

5 – Which is the largest nerve in the human body?

6 – What are fingernails made of?

7 – What is the name of the substance that gives skin and hair its pigment?

8 – The outermost layer of skin on the human body is called the?

9 – Which organ produces bile?

10 – What is the role of the bile?

11 – Where would you find Glabella lines?

12 – Which two gases are involved in the human body’s respiratory system?

13 – Which is the longer of the two bones in the forearm?

14 – Where are the Carpal bones?

15 – What is the name of the small gland found only in men which often becomes a source of cancer?

16 – Which organ produces Insulin in the body?

17 – What is the name given to the condition where there’s a congenital absence of any pigmentation or coloration?

18 – In the Human Body, where is the Uvula?

19 – What is removed in a Splenectomy?

20 – What is the most common blood type?

21 – The term ‘renal’ refers to which organs?

22 – Where is your tibia?

23 – What does the latin word ‘cranium’ mean?

24 – What kind of joint is the hip?

25 – Which hormone is produced by the testes?

Round 3 – Hard

1 – What is the name of the glands that produce tears?

2 – What is the name of the system in the human body that transports blood?

3 – What is the name of the system in the human body that’s main function is to absorb nutrients and remove waste?

4 – Where are red blood corpuscles formed?

5 – What is the formation of new blood vessels called?

6 – Which is the largest gland in the human body?

7 – Which is the hardest tissue in the human body?

8 – The shape of DNA is known as?

9 – What is the rarest blood type in humans?

10 – What term is given to the lymphocytes which mature in the thymus?

11 – What is the name of the largest artery in the human body?

12 – What does the acronym DNA stand for?

13 – On which part of the body would you find papillae?

14 – What is the most commonly broken bone in humans?

15 – What part of the body is affected by Cholecystitis?

16 – Which type of blood cells help our bodies to fight infection?

17 – Your ‘rotator cuff’ is a group of muscles and tendons found in your?

18 – What part of your body does the word “otic” refer to?

19 – Which protein-iron compound gives blood its red colour and transports oxygen around the body?

20 – Which 7-letter-word is the medical name for the wind pipe?

21 – What part of the human body is the Mandible?

22 – What is the name of the biggest part of the human brain?

23 – Which is the only area of your body without a blood supply?

24 – A bone is joined to a muscle by which structure?

25 – What is the name of the large buttock and thigh muscle?

Round 4 – True or False

1- Your thumb is the exact same size as your nose – True or False?

2 – A sneeze occurs at about 100 miles an hour – True or False?

3 – Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disease – True or False?

4 – The appendix is attached to the pancreas – True or False?

5 – There are 207 bones in an adult human body – True or False?

6 – Your Ears & Nose never stop growing – True or False?

7 – It’s impossible to lick your elbow – True or False?

8 – A modern human brain is smaller than a Neanderthal’s – True or False?

9 – It takes 43 muscles to smile – True or False?

10 – Humans have unique tongue prints – True or False?

11 – On average humans lose around 200 strands of hair per day – True or False?

12 – Your funny bone isn’t really a bone – True or False?

13 – Men have more ribs than Women – True or False?

14 – There more bones in the hand than the foot – True or False?

15 – Only boys have Adam’s apples – True or False?

16 – There are 230 joints in the body – True or False?

17 – A doctor uses a stethoscope to listen to your heart – True or False?

18 – The human body is roughly 50% water – True or False?

19 – The Ovaries secrete estrogen – True or False?

20 – Approximately 4% of all people have green eyes – True or False?

21 – Gingivitis is the medical term for bad breath – True or False?

22 – A person who is able to use both hands equally is called Ambidextrous – True or False?

23 – Immunity natural or acquired ability to fight infection and disease – True or False?

24 – An EEG measures electrical activity in your heart – True or False?

25 – When you desquamate, you shed tears – True or False?




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