What Is the Largest Muscle in the Human Body?

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The largest muscle in the human body is the gluteus maximus muscle or the buttocks. This muscle is large since it is used for keeping the trunk of the body in an upright posture. It is an essential anti-gravity muscle used immensely when walking.
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gluteus maximus. the one you sit on.
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