What Is the Purpose of the Skeletal System?


The skeletal system serves the purpose of support and protection for the body. It is what allows for the body to stand upright and to move freely. It is all over the body and receives its food and oxygen from different arteries, and its wastes leave through different veins.
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The skeletal system protects the body's organs, supports the body, provides attachment points for muscles to enable body movement, functions as a storage site for minerals such as calcium and phosphorus, and produces blood cells.
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