What Is the Shortest Bone in the Human Body?

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The smallest bone in the human body is located in the ear ossicles. They are found in the middle ear, and they are known as the 'stapes', the 'incus' and the 'malleus'. The human body has 206 bones in its skeleton.
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The smallest bone, the stirrup, also called stapes, in the ear is quite
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still 206 but a bay has 300 and as they grow up it turns into 206 because they fuse together.
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It is hard to imagine that the human body has approximately 208 bones. Your skeletal system has many important functions like they help you move and some help protect your vital organs
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Bones function to give the body strength, protection and form. There are 206 bones in the adult human. Some bones are large, such as the femur, or thighbone, to give support to the
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The stapes, in the middle ear, is the smallest and lightest bone of the human skeleton.
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