Human Liver: The body’s largest internal organ

Weighing around 1 to 3 kg, the liver is the body’s largest internal organ and gland in the human body. It is called the body’s trouble shooter because of its capacity to regrow in 8–10 days. This is why people can save a life by donating a part of their liver which can regrow in less than a fortnight. Otherwise the liver which feels like rubber but cannot be touched because it is ‘locked up’ in the rib cage.