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Organs of the Body

The human body is a miraculous feat of evolution, but how well do you know the organs that make up your own body?
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Last updated: March 31, 2018
First submittedSeptember 19, 2012
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Organ
The largest organ - covers the body.
Skin
A pair of organs that permit sight.
Eyes
The organs responsible for hearing and balance.
Ears
Responsible for smell and breathing.
Nose
The opening to the digestive system, containing the teeth and the tongue.
Mouth
A muscular organ responsible for pumping blood around the circulatory system.
Heart
A pair of organs containing alveoli which inflate and draw in air for respiration.
Lungs
This organ is the main site of digestion, containing hydrochloric acid.
Stomach
An organ that secretes enzymes and manufactures hormones.
Pancreas
The largest internal organ responsible for secreting bile and detoxifying blood.
Liver
The male sex organ which is also used for urination.
Penis
Part of the intestine made up of the duodenum, jejunum and ileum.
Small Intestine
Part of the intestine made up of the caecum, colon and rectum.
Large Intestine
An abdominal organ responsible for producing white blood cells and removing red blood cells.
Spleen
A hollow organ forming an air passage to the lungs. This organ is how we can make sound.
Larynx
An organ in the female body where a child is conceived and gestates prior to birth.
Womb
An organ made up of nervous tissue responsible for memory and control over the body.
Brain
The female reproductive organs where eggs are produced before ovulation.
Ovaries
A sac in the abdomen which stores urine for excretion.
Bladder
A pair of organs that excrete urine to the above. Humans are able to live with just one.
Kidneys
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level 38
Jun 5, 2012
Tried larynx, vocal folds, glottis, etc. but couldn't get it. Just voice box? You need to add some other accepted answers.
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level 58
Jun 6, 2012
I've added larynx
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level 38
Jun 11, 2012
First off, it didn't accept Uterus...secondly, there are many 'bladders' in the body. Saying bladder for where urine is stored is very wrong. It should be urinary bladder. (although you should still accept just bladder) Also, food doesn't go from the Small intestine to the anus, it goes Small intestine to large intestine.
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level 35
Jun 30, 2012
The vocal folds (vocal chords) which are located within the larynx vibrate.
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level 58
Jun 30, 2012
Vocal chords has been added
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level 57
Sep 20, 2012
The description for small intestine is WRONG. It doesn´t squeeze food to the anus. The large intestine does.
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level 33
Jun 16, 2015
Yeah, I think you should change the description of it to "main location of food absorption" which is what the actual function of the small intestine is. Also, the one for "vibrates to make noise" is somewhat confusing because I thought you were referring to some part in the ear.
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level 58
Jun 17, 2015
Don't worry, all the descriptions have been made more accurate.
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level 45
May 16, 2013
#FAIL
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level 54
Mar 23, 2014
The large intestine doesn't store water, it absorbs it.
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level 33
Jan 13, 2016
nailed it
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level 34
May 20, 2017
Please add "bladder" as an acceptable answer instead of "bladders". It might not be as technically correct, but I believe that "bladder" is close enough.
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level 34
May 20, 2017
Completely disregard my earlier comment, apologies.
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level 42
Dec 13, 2017
Could you accept the singular form of the names of organs which come in pairs? That's standard Jetpunk practice.
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level 43
Mar 31, 2018
Very fun quiz, but I have a few corrections! The spleen does not produce red blood cells, the bone marrow does. However, it does produce white blood cells (leukocytes). Also, it should be "site of digestion..." not "sight of digestion".
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