How Many Human Body Parts are There?

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There is no definite figure as to the number of human body parts that are there. However, it is safe to say that there are thousands of parts in the human body as well as trillions of cells. The human body comprise of different parts, including systems, organs, glands, muscles and bones. You can find more information here: www.buzzle.com www.the-human-body.net
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There are literally hundreds of human body parts. Each body part functions with one another making up the entire anatomy and functions of the human body.
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