What is the strongest muscle in the human body?
Ans: The ‘masseter‘ muscle (The masseter muscle is a thick muscle in the cheek and is located at the back of the jaw. It’s responsible for opening and closing your jaw during chewing. It can close the teeth with a force as great as 55-pounds on the incisors or 200-pounds on the molars. The “Guinness Book of Records” lists the strongest bite recorded at 975-pounds for 2-seconds.)