Ans. Bone is the hard structure that forms the framework of our body.
Ans. No, we can bend or move our body only at those points where bones meet.
Ans. No, it will not be possible for us to move.
Ans. We would not able to move if our body was made of single bone.
Ans. Ball and socket joint is used when a cricket bowler balls the ball.
Ans. Hinge joint is used while lifting weights.
Ans. The human skull is generally considered to consist of twenty-two bones.
Ans. An adult human backbone has 24 vertebral bones.
Ans. There are over 600 skeletal muscles within the typical human body.
Ans. The body of earthworm secretes a slimy substance to help the movement.
Ans. We can't move our upper jaw because there is a joint between the upper jaw and the rest of the head which is a fixed joint.
Ans. The bones that enclose the portion of the body below stomach are called pelvic bones.
Ans. The places in our body where two parts our body seem to be joined together are called joints.
Ans. The skeleton comprises the skull, the back bone, ribs and the breast bone, shoulder and hipbones, and the bones of hands and legs.
Ans. When contracted, the muscle becomes shorter, stiffer and thicker. It pulls the bone.
Ans. The bones in our body form a framework to give a shape to our body. This framework is called the skeleton.
Ans. Pivotal joint allows us to bend our head forward and backward and turn the head to our right or left.
Ans. There are some additional parts of the skeleton that are not as hard as the bones and which can be bent. These are called cartilages.
Ans. Key components of the skeletal system are bones, ligaments and Joints, tendons and cartilage.
Ans. Snakes slither on the ground by looping sideways. A large number of bones and associated muscles push the body forward.
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