The Lovely Bones

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Can you name the bones of the human body?

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Paired bones that make up the 'walls' of the skull
Thigh bone
Ribs 8-9 that attach indirectly to the sternum
Small paired bones superior to the nasal opening and between the orbits
Biting teeth
Lower jaw bone that houses half the teeth
Thin bone in calf muscles
Shoulder blade bone that has the socket for the shoulder joint
Bones of the midline of the body (skull, chest, spine)
Bones of the toes (14)
Paired 'cheekbones'
'Ear hole' pair of bones on the sides of the skull
How many teeth does an adult human have
7 vertebrae below the skull
Ribs 10-12 that do not attach to the sternum
Bones that form the joints of the wrist (8)
3-5 fused vertebrae that form the tailbone
Paired bones that make up the face and house half of the teeth
Breast bone where ribs and clavicle attach
Collar bone that attaches to the scapula and the sternum
Forearm bone on the little finger side of the arm
Bones in the fleshy part of the foot (5)
Largest bone in the body
Bones that form the fleshy part of the hand (5)
How many vertebrae make up the spine
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How many bones are in the hand
What is the adult human dental formula
Front teeth used to grab
Shin bone (on the kicking side of the leg)
4-6 fused vertebrae that form part of the pelvis
Bones of the fingers (14)
Midline bone at the back of the skull that contains the foramen magnum for passage of the spinal cord
Knee cap bone
How many bones are in a foot
How many bones make up the skull
How many ribs does an adult human have
Bones of the appendages (limbs)
Upper arm bone
'Forehead' bone whose lower margins make up the eye sockets
Bone in the throat below the mandible where the tongue attaches (jimmy jangle)
Chewing teeth
Bones that form the ankle joint (7)
12 vertebrae that attach to the ribs
Forearm bone on the thumb side of the arm (rad thumb radiates out)
5 vertebrae of lower back
Ribs 1-7 that attach directly to the sternum and have their own cartilage
Large butterfly or bat-shaped single bone where the pituitary sits
Bones known as the hip bones within the pelvic girdle
Teeth located before the molars used for some chewing

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