What are the Limbs and Organs?
The limbs in the human body are defined as the extremities joined to the body that allows us to perform locomotion actions such as walking, running, and swimming, or for prehensile grasping or climbing. The limbs or extremities of humans are the arms and legs, also known as the upper and lower extremities.
The organs of the body are a collection of cells and tissues that form a unique functional unit that performs a specific vital function. Some examples of organs in the human body include the heart, brain, kidneys, stomach, intestines, and skin.