Bones of the Body- Advanced

Type in the box below the scientific name for the slang version given.
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Last updated: August 22, 2013
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Thigh
Femur
Upper Arm
Humerus
Collar Bone
Clavicle
Knee Cap
Patella
Shin Bone
Tibia
Chin Bone
Mandible
Heel Bone
Calcaneus
Shoulder Blade
Scapula
Tail Bone
Coccyx
Back Bone
Spine
Top Vertebrae
Atlas
Hint
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Wrist Bones
Carpals
Second Vertebrae
Axis
Bone #1 of Ear
Malleus
Bone #2 of Ear
Incus
Bone #3 of Ear
Stapes
Skull Cap
Calvaria
Upper Jaw
Maxilla
Base of Ribs
Sternum
Front Teeth
Incisor
Forearm Bone #1
Radius
Forearm Bone #2
Ulna
10 Comments
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Level 33
Aug 23, 2013
It is spelt Humerus
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Level 13
Nov 25, 2013
upper arm bone is "Humerus" not "Humerous", you should really fix that.
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Level 70
Dec 30, 2018
you guys have no sense of humer..
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Level 54
Jan 5, 2014
Yes...please accept the correct spelling of 'humerus.' Also, the sternum isn't really at the base of the ribs.
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Level 48
May 12, 2014
This isn't advanced.
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Level 32
Jun 20, 2014
This is VERY far from advanced. Humerus is misspelled as many have pointed out. CalvariUM is singular while calvariA is plural. The "back bone" is a horrible term and I spent most of the allotted time trying to figure what was wanted. Vertebral column or vertebrae would be much better "techinical terms" for the laymans term spine. The sternum isn't the base for ribs either' it's just one attachment for some of the ribs. Vertebral bodies are more properly the bases. I could go on, but I have better things to do with my time.
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Level 84
Jun 20, 2014
I'm starting to think newfdog is not monitoring his comments. Humerus, please.
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Level 58
Feb 6, 2015
You really should fix HUMERUS - it's been posted here several times and still not done.
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Level 58
Feb 6, 2015
The sternum is definitely NOT the base of the ribs. It is the anterior articulating surface for the ribs. Please fix this too.
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Level 34
Aug 15, 2016
I'm guessing no one's looking at these comments, but just in case accepting 'dentary' for mandible would be nice.