Why Is the Skeletal System Important?


The skeletal system protects the body's vital organs (brain, heart and lungs) and provides the body with shape. We are only able to move due to the presence of a skeletal system. Furthermore, it is in the skeletal sister that new blood cells are made.
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The skeletal system is important for a number of reasons such as how it protects internal organs and allows for a steady frame for the entire body. It also is important because it allows for movement in the body.
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