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Question:I have an exam where I need to be able to locate and name all of the bones in the human body. I have yet to be able to find a single diagram that lists all of the bones in a manner where I can read them.


Question:im going into 8th grade and i want to learn all of the 206 bones of the human body on flashcards......so does anyone know a website that might just list the bones of the body on a 8th grade level??


Question:i know that there are 206 bones, but i don't know what they are. i looked them up on Yahoo, but all that came up was some complicated charts, and they didn't even have all of the bones on them. If you can help me, that would be great. Thanks!

Answers:This should be simple and to the point. http://remus.rutgers.edu/~emtklein/anatomy/bones.html Hope it's what you want.



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