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All You Need to Know About Human Bones

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Stapes is the smallest bone in the human body, it is the third bone of the three ossicles in the middle ear (Malleus, incus, stapes).
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Human bones are made up of collagen protein and mineral Calcium phosphate. Human bones contain most of our body’s calcium.
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The humerus is a long bone in the upper arm. It's located between the scapula and the elbow joint.
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206 bones are there in the human body. This includes the bones of the skull, spine (vertebrae), ribs, arms and legs.
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Clavicle is the another name for collar bone. It is the bone between shoulder and bottom of neck.
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Tibia or shinbone and Fibula or calf bone are the 2 long bones in the lower leg. The Tibia is the larger of the two bones.
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Small bones that make up the wrist area are called Carpals. There are total 8 Carpals in each wrist.
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The coccyx is the triangular structure of bone that makes up the bottom area of the spine below the sacrum. It is also called as a tailbone.
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Femur or thighbone is the largest bone in the human body, and it is connected to many muscles and ligaments.
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Ulna is the bone in the forearm region which is on the "pinky finger" side.
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The 12 Thoracic Vertebrae are the bones located in the central part of the vertebrae. These strong bones support the weight of the upper body and protect the spinal cord.
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Sternum has 3 parts: the manubrium, the body, and the xiphoid process. The bottom portion of the sternum is called xiphoid process.
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The shoulder blade bone is called scapula. It is also called as wing bone. It connects the upper arm bone, humerus with the collar bone or clavicle.
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The small bones that make up the heel and ankle area of the foot are called tarsals.
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