'Rex' doesn't have working vital organs, but 60-70% of the human body was replicated for the world's first bionic man.

The world's first bionic man, who is known as ‘Rex', has been unveiled at the Science Museum in central London this week. The two-metre tall artificial human points towards a future where we'll be able to replace human parts with man-made ones– the ‘bionic' man is no longer reserved to sci-fi fantasy worlds.

It has been nicknamed the ‘Million-Dollar Man' as it was created using $1 million worth of state-of-the-art, fully-functioning limbs and artificial organs.

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