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We sure have lots of bones!

We sure have lots of bones!

We sure have lots of bones!

A newborn baby has more bones

than an adult. A baby is born with

300 bones. An adult only has 206.

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Your hand has 27 bones.

Your hand has 27 bones.

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Your face has 14 bones.

Your face has 14 bones.

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Smallest and The Longest:

Smallest and The Longest:

The longest bone in your body is your thigh bone, the femur it is about 1/4 of your height.

The smallest bone in your body is the stirrup bone in your ear which can measure only 1/10 of an inch.

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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Humans and giraffes have the same number of bones

in their necks? A Giraffes

neck vertebrae are just much, much longer!

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Your Femur (thigh bone) is stronger than concrete.

Your Femur (thigh bone) is stronger than concrete.

Bone is stronger, inch for inch than the steel used in skyscrapers.

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Babies are born

Babies are born

without the patella (knee bone)

it develops between

ages 2 and 5.

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One fourth of your bones are located in your feet.

One fourth of your bones are located in your feet.

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Your backbone is really thirty-three bones that run down the middle of your body.

Your backbone is really thirty-three bones that run down the middle of your body.

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The jawbone is the hardest in

The jawbone is the hardest in

the human body.

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The only bone not broken so far during

The only bone not broken so far during

any ski accident is one located

in your inner ear.

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If you break your wrist as an

If you break your wrist as an

adult it will take you 8 weeks to

heal.

A five year old child who

breaks their wrist only takes 3

weeks to heal.

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Your big toes have 2 bones

Your big toes have 2 bones

in them, while all your

other toes have 3 bones

in them.

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Your bones also manufacture

Your bones also manufacture

blood cells and stores

useful minerals.

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