The human body
has 206 so-called "constant" in adulthood bones. This is the whole bone human skeleton that displays a dual mission: to structure the body
constituting a point of attachment for muscles
or tissues and protect the vital organs such as the heart or lungs.
The femur is the largest bone of the human body
while the stirrup bone, located in the ear
, the bone is smaller.
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Latest update on August 20, 2014 at 05:36 AM by christelle.b.