What Is the Hardest Bone in the Human Body?

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The hardest bone in the human body is the femur bone. This is the bone in the thigh, and it is also the longest and strongest bone in the body.
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The temporal bone, which is found on the sides and the base of the skull.
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The temporal, or jawbone, is the hardest bone in the human body and the most complex bone of the skull. The largest bone in the human body is the pelvis.
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The femur is the hardest and longest bone in the human body. It forms part of the hip at the acetabulum and knee and aids in supporting the mass of the body while allowing motion of the lower extremity.
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