Don't drop your jaw. Turns out, it's the strongest muscle in our body

The strongest muscle in our body is not our calf, not our forearm, but, according to "Clinical Oral Science," it's our jaw. Yes, this muscle that may seem small, is actually the strongest out of them all based on the amount of force and pressure our jaw uses to use our teeth. Your jaw is also able to clench because of this muscle. 

But, when determining a strong muscle it really depends. While the jaw is strong based off of the amount of force it uses, the calf muscle is also strong because it holds up our entire body on a daily basis. Muscles that are used during childbirth, like the uterus, are also strong, but this is because of the amount of power this muscle holds.