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1. Most people have ten of these, five on each foot. What body part is it?
2. Anatomically speaking, this word refers to only to the area between the knee and ankle, but generally people use it to refer to the entire lower limb. Most people have two, but Long John Silver ended up with only one. What is it?
3. Just about everyone has this joint, where the femur attaches to the pelvis, but it is more prominent in adult women because the area widens during puberty. What is this area of the body called?
4. A "cage" of these bones protect the chest cavity. According to a Bible story, Adam gave up one of these so that Eve could be created. What is this bone called?
5. Technically, this word only refers to the part of the anatomy between the shoulder and elbow. In common usage, the word refers to the entire upper limb down to the wrist. In television and film, Dr. Richard Kimble searched for a man with only one. What is it?
6. This part of the body moves when you're eating. Unless you've broken it and it's wired shut; then you're probably eating through a straw. In any case, remember that when chasing sharks you're probably going to need a bigger boat. What body part is this question about?
7. Shhhhh! Without this body part you would be a very messy eater, have trouble talking, and be a lousy kisser. And you certainly wouldn't be able to whistle. What is this body part called?
8. Located in the orbital of the skull, this organ is strongly associated with vision. This colorful body part comes in blue, brown, green, hazel and other colors, but what is it?
9. Listen and you will hear that this question is about the... what?
10. The technical term for this part of your body is the gingiva. It's the tissue surrounding the alveolar bone that holds your teeth. What is it?
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