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How many bones do we have?
Answer 1:

There are 206 bones in the human body. The way in which these bones are distributed in our bodies is:

22 Cranial and Facial Bones
6 Ear Bones
1 Throat Bone
4 Shoulder Bones
25 Chest Bones
26 Vertebral Bones
6 Arm and Forearm bones
54 Hand Bones
2 Pelvic Bones
8 Leg Bones
52 Foot Bones

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bones in the human body


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