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The Human Skeleton . By Veethuran Rajeswaran . What I’m going to talk about. Interesting facts about the skeleton The reasons why we need a skeleton The Skull A Hinge joint A Sliding joint A Ball and Socket joint. Interesting facts about the bones in the human skeleton.

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the human skeleton

The Human Skeleton

By Veethuran Rajeswaran

what i m going to talk about
What I’m going to talk about
  • Interesting facts about the skeleton
  • The reasons why we need a skeleton
  • The Skull
  • A Hinge joint
  • A Sliding joint
  • A Ball and Socket joint
interesting facts about the bones in the human skeleton
Interesting facts about the bones in the human skeleton
  • The human skeleton consists of 206 bones.
  • The smallest bone in the skeleton is the stirrup bone.
  • The largest bone in the skeleton is the femur.
why do we have a skeleton
Why do we have a skeleton?
  • First the skeleton gives support.
  • The skeleton provides protection for the important organs of the human body
  • Bones in the skeleton produce red blood cells.
the skull
The Skull
  • The skull protects the brain.
  • The skull which is connected to the vertebrae does not have any movement.
a hinge joint
A Hinge Joint
  • The x-ray of the knee is an example of a hinge joint.
  • A hinge joint is a joint which can only move forward and backwards.
a sliding joint
A Sliding joint
  • The x-ray of the hand and the wrist is an example of a sliding joint.
  • The sliding joint is a joint which has plenty of movement.
a ball and socket joint
A Ball and Socket Joint
  • The x-ray of a hip joint is an example of a ball and socket joint.
  • The ball and socket joint also has plenty of movement as it can move around everywhere.