The Largest Organs in the Human Body

Try to guess the ten largest organs in the human body. Remember, the potato is watching.
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Last updated: January 19, 2016
First submittedJanuary 18, 2016
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10,886 grams
Skin
1,560 grams
Liver
1,263 grams
Brain
1,090 grams
Lungs
265-315 grams
Heart
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290 grams
Kidneys
170 grams
Spleen
98 grams
Pancreas
35 grams
Thyroid
20 grams
Prostate
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Level 5
Feb 7, 2016
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Level 48
Feb 9, 2016
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Level 5
Feb 8, 2016
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Level 48
Feb 10, 2016
OK
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Level 63
Feb 10, 2016
Got 4/10. Can't believe I forgot the skin *facepalm*
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Level 48
Feb 10, 2016
Or is it palmface? You never know. Either way, both are covered in skin.
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Level 9
Dec 14, 2016
LOL, I love the skin one. I remembered it from ALL the anatomy books i read
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Level 72
Nov 10, 2017
I'm missing so many obviously heavier organs like: bladder, uterus, eggstocks, stomach, (any part of) intestinal organs, not to mention the reporductive organs.
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Level 85
May 12, 2020
I'm curious about your source. I'm certainly no expert but I would have assumed the intestines would make it on the list. I did a quick google search but couldn't find a good answer. Is there an issue with measuring the intestines and stomach due to their role in processing food?
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Level 31
Jul 30, 2020
Good quiz but I REALLY thought stomach and intestines would be on here, given their large size. I think you should look into that
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Level 73
May 20, 2022
No sources, no stomach nor intestines on the list, no good. Also, larger doesn't equal heavier.