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  1. Can you Picture it? Plus some interesting Skeletal facts

  2. Your bones are 4 times as strong as concrete

  3. What’s wrong with this picture?

  4. Over half the body's bones are in the hands and feet

  5. Label the numbers as they appear

  6. The smallest bone found in the human body is located in the middle ear. The stapes (or stirrup) bone is only 2.8 millimetres long

  7. Name the 5 regions How many bones are in each region How many are moveable

  8. The femur is about 1/4 of your height

  9. What bone is this?

  10. Did you know that humans and giraffes have the same number of bones in their necks? Giraffe neck vertebrae are just much, much longer

  11. What is represented in the pictures below? Are they the same type? How can you tell?

  12. You have over 230 moveable and semi-moveable joints in your body.

  13. What is represented in the pictures below? Are they the same type? How can you tell?

  14. The bone that is broken most is the clavicle

  15. What is the importance of articular cartilage?

  16. What is represented in the pictures below? Are they the same type? Where is it commonly found?

  17. The foot bones grow faster than any other bones in the body

  18. What is the dark structure at the top of the photo?

  19. Humans babies are born without Kneecaps

  20. Should a rib need to be removed, it can regenerate itself within 3 months

  21. When viewing a picture like this, how can you differentiate between the cell types?

  22. Human bones are never more than 20 years old

  23. Can you identify the layers of ossification?

  24. The strength of bone comes from its inorganic components of such durability that they resist decomposition even after death

  25. Is this an x-ray of a child or adult? How can you tell?

  26. What components of a bone do these pictures represent?

  27. What components of a bone does this pictures represent?

  28. What process does this picture represent? And in which part of the bone does it occur?

  29. What is the main difference between these pictures?

  30. What doe B represent?

  31. What is this? And how can you tell?

  32. Is this an infant or adult? What are discriminating features?

  33. Infant Skull

  34. What type of joint are we looking at?

  35. What structure is the arrow pointing to?

  36. What is the name of the bone located under the chin?