Bones, Joints and Muscles
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helps protect the brain
protect the eyes
protect the spinal cord
form a protective cage around the heart and lungs
support our body when we sit
The point where two bones meet and connect. This is where the movements of our body originate.
joints and muscles
These allow our bones to move
forms the fleshy parts of our body and enables our body to move, gives shape and form to our body, and protect delicate organs. They may be involuntary or voluntary.
Muscles that are attached to the bones, hold the bones of the skeleton and give shape to the body. These are the muscles that you can control like your arms, legs, face muscles
Muscles that are controlled by the nervous system and cannot be controlled like muscles that protect many internal organs such as stomach, esophagus, etc.
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