Major Skeletal Bones
composed of cranium and facial bones
located in the neck between the lower jaw and larynx. it supports the tongue and is an attachment for certain muscles that help move the tongue during swallowing.
part of the pelvis; formed by several fused vertebrae
attached to the end of the sacrum (tailbone)
12 pairs, attach posteriorly to the thoracic vertebrae
The bones in the chest that protect the heart and lungs.
breastbone; where most of the ribs are attached anteriorly
shoulder bone; forms the pectoral girdle with the clavicle
Bone in forearm "on the thumb side", larger in the proximal forearm.
Inner and larger bone of the forearm, attached to the wrist and located on the side of the little finger.
wrist bones; there are 8 of these
5 bones of the palm
14 finger bones
The shin bone, the larger of the two bones of the lower leg.
The lateral and smaller bone of the lower leg
5 foot bones
14 bones of the toes
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