The human body is an extremely complex and intricate system, some weird facts about human body.
Babies are, pound for pound, stronger than an ox. While a baby certainly couldn't pull a covered wagon at its present size, if the child were the size of an oxen it just might very well be able to. Babies have especially strong and powerful legs for such tiny creatures, so watch out for those kicks.
Feet have 500,000 sweat glands and can produce more than a pint of sweat a day. With that kind of sweatproducing power it's no wonder that your gym shoes have a stench that can peel paint. Additionally, men usually have much more active sweat glands than women.
Nails and hair do not continue to grow after we die. They do appear longer when we die, however, as the skin dehydrates and pulls back from the nail beds and scalp.
The indentation in the middle of the area between the nose and the upper lip has a name. It is called the philtrum. Scientists have yet to figure out what purpose this indentation serves, though the ancient Greeks thought it to be one of the most erogenous places on the body.