Human Anatomy and Physiology

How much does your brain weigh?


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2016-02-15 03:13:39
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1300 - 1400 grams (about 3 pounds)


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well if you are not inteligent your brain as a teenager will weighs nothing. but fortunately not everyone is stupid it will weigh about......... i got nothing so tally oh

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