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stiding the bones

Cranium portion of the skull enclosing the brain
frontal front of skull
parietal behind the frontal bone
occipital situated at the back and lower part of the cranium
temporal base of the cranium
zygomatic arch bone extending forward from side of the skull
maxilla upper jaw
mandible lower jaw
nasal lay side by side; nose
sphnoid wedged between several other bones
vertebrae backbone or spine
clavicle collar bone
ulna parallel to the radius
humerous upper arm
scapula shoulder blade
carpal allows the wrist to move and rotate vertically
metacarpal run from the carpal to each finger
phalange one of the bones of the finger and toe
sternum unites with costal cartilage
rib attacted to sternum
false rib does not reach the sternum directly
floating rib not connected to the sternum directly
ilium uppermost and largest bone of the pelvis
ischium lower back part of the hip bone
pubis "penis" bone
femur upper leg bone
patella knee cap
tibia inner bone in the calf region
fibula outer bone in the calf region
tarsal tibal rotation into the forefoot
metatarsal central skeleton of the foot
Created by: kolbie.benson