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The largest planet in the Solar System.Jupiter
100%
The smallest planet in the Solar System.Mercury
100%
The largest blood vessel in the human body. It carries oxygenated blood from left ventricle to all tissues in the body.Aorta
100%
The largest bone in the human body. It is located in the upper leg.Femur
100%
The smallest bone in the human body. It is located inside the ear and measures 3mm long.Stapes
100%
The largest mammal, reaching a weight of about 198 US tons and a length of 98'.Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus)
100%
The largest ocean; occupies about one-third of the Earth's surface.Pacific Ocean
100%
The largest gland in the human body that is also the largest internal organ.Liver
100%
The smallest ocean; located in the northern polar region, this ocean covers approximately 5.4 million square miles.Arctic Ocean
100%
The largest lobe of the human brain. It controls important cognitive skills in humans.Frontal lobe
100%
The smallest blood vessels in the human body. It connects arteries and veins together.Capillaries
83.3%
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The smallest lobe of the human brain; responsible for visual processing.Occipital lobe
66.7%
The smallest gland in the human body; secretes melatonin.Pineal gland
50%
The flower with the world's largest bloom, the Rafflesia arnoldii, can grow up to _ feet tall.3
16.7%
The largest virus. Its 1,259,197-bp genome is the largest viral genome fully sequenced so far.Megavirus
0%
The largest bacteria. They are found in the ocean sediments off the coast of NamibiaThiomargarita namibiensis
0%
The smallest bacteria which lives in the primate bladder, waste disposal organs, genital, and respiratory tractsMycoplasma genitalium
0%
The smallest mammal, measuring barely over an inch long. This mammal is found in Thailand.Bumblebee Bat (Craseonycteris thonglongyai)
0%
The largest insects that ever lived. They had wingspans of nearly 2.5 feet.Protodonata
0%
The smallest free-living insect, the smallest one measuring 0.325 mm.Scydosella musawasensis
0%
The world’s smallest flowering plant, found in quiet freshwater lakes or marshes with species worldwide.Wolffia globosa
0%

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