Is the Jaw Bone the Strongest Bone in the Body?

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The jaw bone is not the strongest bone in your body. It is the strongest bone in your face. All bone is very strong but the temporal bone and femur both rate among the top strongest bones in the human body.
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There is a difference of opinion on the matter of what's the strongest bone in the body, some say jaw, while others say the femur is the strongest and longest bone in the human body. Some even say Temporal bone (found on the side of your skull) is the strongest bone. I would go with the Temporal bone argument it seems the most likely.
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The strongest bone in the human body is the one that goes from your hip to your knee, known as the femur. It's extremely dense and takes a lot of impact to cause a break or fracture
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because most musel fibers are connected with it
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The thighbone or the femur bone is the longest, largest, strongest
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Femur (thigh bone) is the strongest bone in the body.It carries your body's weight when you stand.
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