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PARTS OF THE BODY

Introduction

PARTS OF THE BODY Introduction <a href= 1. This topic tests your vocabulary and knowledge in naming different parts of the human and animal's body. Reading is the best way to enrich your vocabulary in naming them. 2. The human body is the entire structure of a human organism that consists of the head, the body and the legs. 3. Most animal body structure consists of the head, thorax and the abdomen. 4. In an animal's body the section between the head and the abdomen is called the thorax. 5. Both in the human and animal's body. The abdomen is the section of the body that contains the stomach. 6. The human's body can be divided into many parts - a) the whole body b) head c) face d) eye e) mouth f) arm g) hand h) leg i) foot j) others Parts Of The Body Of Human 1. Parts Of The body and Body (a) The human body can be divided into three section, the head, the leg. (b) The section called the body can be further divided into two parts that are the chest and " id="pdf-obj-0-6" src="pdf-obj-0-6.jpg">

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  • 1. This topic tests your vocabulary and knowledge in naming different parts of the human and animal's body. Reading is the best way to enrich your vocabulary in naming them.

  • 2. The human body is the entire structure of a human organism that consists of the head, the body and the legs.

  • 3. Most animal body structure consists of the head, thorax and the abdomen.

  • 4. In an animal's body the section between the head and the abdomen is called the thorax.

  • 5. Both in the human and animal's body. The abdomen is the section of the body that contains the stomach.

  • 6. The

human's

body

can

be

divided

into

many

parts

-

a)

the

whole

body

b)

head

c)

face

d)

eye

e)

mouth

f)

arm

g)

hand

h)

leg

i)

foot

j)

others

Parts Of The Body Of Human

 
  • 1. Parts

Of

The

body and

Body

(a) The human body can

be divided into

three section, the head,

the leg.

(b) The section called the body can be further divided into two parts that are the chest and

the

stomach.

the stomach. 2. Head (a) The human head can be divided into three parts, the hair,
 
  • 2. Head (a) The human head

can be divided

into three parts, the

hair, the

ear

and the face.

the stomach. 2. Head (a) The human head can be divided into three parts, the hair,
 
  • 3. Face

(a)

The

human

face

consists

of

the

:

-

eyes

=

used

as

the

sense

of

sight.

-

ears

=

used

as

the

sense

for

hearing

or

sound.

-

nose

=

used

as

the

sense

for

smell.

-

mouth

=

used

as

the

sense

for

taste.

(b)

The

other

feathers

on

a

human

face

are

as

labelled.

the stomach. 2. Head (a) The human head can be divided into three parts, the hair,

4.

Eye

 

(a)

The

human

eyes

used

for

the

sense

of

sight

have

these

features

-

The

eyebrows

is the

name

for

the

growth

of

hair

just

above

the

eyes.

-

The

skin

under

the

eyebrows

that

covers

the

eyeballs

is

called

the

eyelids.

-

The

eyelids

 

serve

to

open

 

or

close

the

eye.

-

The

hair

at

the

end

of

the

eyelids

is

called

 

the

eyelashes.

-

At

the

centre

of

the

eyeball

is

a

dark

area

called

the

pupil.

- The pupils of the eyes comes in many different colours which are black, brown, light

brown,

deep

blue,

icy

or

light

blue,

grey and

hazel

which is

a

shade of

green.

(a) The human eyes used for the sense of sight have these features - The eyebrows
 
  • 5. Mouth

 
 

(a)

The

parts

of

the

human

mouth

are

the

lips,

teeth

and

tongue.

(a) The human eyes used for the sense of sight have these features - The eyebrows
 
  • 6. Arm

 
 

(a)

The

human

arm

consists

of

the

upper

arm

and

the

lower

arm.

(b)

The

upper

and

the

lower

arm

are

connected

by

the

elbow.

(c) The hands is located at the end of the lower arm. 7. Hand (a) The
(c)
The
hands
is
located
at
the
end
of
the
lower
arm.
7.
Hand
(a)
The
hands
is made
up of sections called
the
palm and
the
digits
or fingers.
(c) The hands is located at the end of the lower arm. 7. Hand (a) The
  • 8. Leg (a) The upper part of the human leg is called the thigh and the lower part is made up of

the calf, ankle
the
calf,
ankle

and

the

foot.

9.

Foot (a) The different section

of the human

foot are

the heel, arch,

sole

and the

toes.

9. Foot (a) The different section of the human foot are the heel, arch, sole and
 

10. Others

 
 

Beard

(a)

The

growth

of

hair

on

an

adult

male

human

person

is

called

a

beard.

9. Foot (a) The different section of the human foot are the heel, arch, sole and
 

Moustache (b) The growth

of hair between

the

upper lip and

the

nose is

called

a moustache.

9. Foot (a) The different section of the human foot are the heel, arch, sole and

Spine

(c) The spine is the section of bones starting from the end of the abdomen up to the head.

The

spine

helps

to

support

the

human

body

keeping

it

upright.

9. Foot (a) The different section of the human foot are the heel, arch, sole and

Chest (d) The chest is the human equivalent of the animal's thorax and is the section that is

above

the

Chest (d) The chest is the human equivalent of the animal's thorax and is the section

stomach.

Stomach (e) The stomach is the human equivalent to the animal's abdomen although the section

containing the stomach
containing
the
stomach

is

Parts Of The Body Of Animals

sometimes

called

the

abdomen.

  • 1. The animal kingdom is made up of Mammal, Reptile, bird, fish and insect.

  • 2. The body of most animal can be divided into three sections which are the head, thorax and the abdomen.

  • 3. The thorax is the part of the body of an animal that is located between the head and the abdomen.

Mammal

  • 1. The mammal family of animals has certain common characteristics that is found within

the

family

and

they

are

as

follows

-

Mammals

are

warm

blooded

animals.

-

Mammals

give

birth

to

their

young.

-

Mammals

feed

their

young

with

milk.

-

Mammals

make

their

home

both

on

land

and

in

water.

Examples

of

the

body

parts

of

a

mammal

(a)

Furry

mammal

This group of mammal lives by eating meat of other animals. Animals like cats, tigers,

lions,

bears

and

dogs

have

body

parts

that

are

as

shown

below.

(a) Furry mammal This group of mammal lives by eating meat of other animals. Animals like
 

(b)

Plant

eating

mammal.

Plant eating mammals have a common feature that is a set of horns on their head. Same

examples

are

the

cattle,

buffaloes,

deers,

goats,

sheep,

deer

and

antelopes.

(a) Furry mammal This group of mammal lives by eating meat of other animals. Animals like
 

(c)

Mammals

 

that

live

in

water.

Some mammals live in the water. Their bodies look a lot like a fish. Examples of these

mammals

are

the

whales,

dolphins,

walruses

and

seals.

(a) Furry mammal This group of mammal lives by eating meat of other animals. Animals like
 

(d)

Mammal

 

that

flies

 

Bats

are

mammals

that

can

fly.

A

bat

looks

almost

like

a

bird.

Bats are mammals that can fly. A bat looks almost like a bird.  Reptiles 1.
 

Reptiles

 
  • 1. Reptiles also belong to the animal kingdom.

 

2.

Reptiles are cold blooded.

 
  • 3. Reptiles do not reproduce by giving birth but by laying eggs and incubating them.

 

4. Reptiles

 

have

scales

 

on

their

 

body.

 

Examples

of

the

body

parts

of

a

reptile

(a)

The

main

characteristic

of

a

reptile

is

the

scales

on

their

body.

Bats are mammals that can fly. A bat looks almost like a bird.  Reptiles 1.
 Birds 1. Birds are also a member of the animal kingdom. 2. Birds are warm

Birds

1.

Birds are also a member of the animal kingdom.

 

2.

Birds are warm blooded.

 

3.

Birds have feathers covering their body.

 

4.

Birds do not give birth but their babies hatched from eggs.

 

5. Birds

too

have

scales

on

their

legs.

 
 Birds 1. Birds are also a member of the animal kingdom. 2. Birds are warm
 

Fish

1.

Fish are a family of animals that make water their home.

3.

Fish use their fins to move through the water.

4.

A

baby

fish

is

called

a

fry

and

is

hatched

from

eggs.

4. A baby fish is called a fry and is hatched from eggs.  Insects 1.
 

Insects

1.

Insects are small animals whose bodies can be easily divided into three sections.

 

2.

All insects have three pairs of legs and a pair of feelers on their head.

 

3.

Some

insects

have

wings

and

can

fly.

3. Fish use their fins to move through the water. 4. A baby fish is called
3. Fish use their fins to move through the water. 4. A baby fish is called

Other animals

 

1.

Some animals have soft bodies and needs protection, thus they carry amours on their bodies.

2.

There

animals

have

hard

shells

to

protect

their

bodies.

 Other animals 1. Some animals have soft bodies and needs protection, thus they carry amours
 Other animals 1. Some animals have soft bodies and needs protection, thus they carry amours