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ICS SB - Bones

ICS SB - Bones & Scientific Names

The scientific name for...scientific bone name
skull cranium
jawbone mandible
collarbone clavicle
shoulder blade scapula
breast bone sternum
funny bone humerus
spine vertebrae
hips pelvis
wrist carpals
hip pelvis
thigh bone femur
kneecap patella
shin bone tibia
ankle tarsal
fingers/toes phalanges
number of bones in the human body 206
longest bone in the human body femur
smallest bone in the human body stirrup - found with hammer & anvil in middle ear
The nose and ears are not made of bone, instead they are made of... cartilage
Bones are connected to other bones at... joints
3 types of joints fixed, hinged, ball-and-socket
example of a fixed joint skull, which consists of many bones
example of a hinged joint fingers & toes
example of a ball-and-socket joint shoulder & hips
Created by: sbgreent