Function of the Sacrum?

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The sacrum is a large and triangular bone that is located at the base of the spine. The sacrum is part of the pelvic girdle and it connects the two hip bones together. The sacrum functions as the support of the back or posterior wall of the pelvis. The middle part of the sacrum curves outward which allows for more room in the pelvic cavity. The sacrum is shaped slightly different in males and females. The female sacrum is wider and shorter than the male's.
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The sacrum helps to strengthen and stabilize the pelvis. It also helps evenly distribute the weight of the upper body onto the pelvis.
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Because of its position between the 2 hip bones, the sacrum functions as
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Your question does not make complete sense. They are all bones that create structure within your body. The humerus is part of your upper arm (brachial region) the femur is the bone
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The sacrum is what connects the upper body with the lower body at the sacroiliac joint, which is also where your body weight is transmitted to the pelvic girdle
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The sacrum is a bone located at the base of the spine that consists of five vertebrae. These vertebrae are unfused in children, but by the age of 26 they will be fused together. It is triangular in shape and connects the final lumbar vertebra with the...
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