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Quiz about No Bones About It
Quiz about No Bones About It

No Bones About It Trivia Quiz


Can you match the bones with the body part they belong to? Sounds pretty simple, but some may have more than one match so be careful. Enjoy the quiz!

A matching quiz by linkan. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
linkan
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
398,093
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Very Easy
Avg Score
10 / 10
Plays
868
Awards
Top 10% Quiz
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(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Jawbone  
  Patella
2. Neck  
  Metatarsal
3. Tailbone  
  Ulna
4. Breastbone  
  Sternum
5. Collarbone  
  Carpal
6. Arm  
  Cervical Spine
7. Hands  
  Coccyx
8. Leg  
  Femur
9. Knee  
  Mandible
10. Feet  
  Clavicle





Select each answer

1. Jawbone
2. Neck
3. Tailbone
4. Breastbone
5. Collarbone
6. Arm
7. Hands
8. Leg
9. Knee
10. Feet

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Jawbone

Answer: Mandible

If you want to locate the strongest bone in the head, you would expect it to be the skull. To be more specific, you will have to find the lower jaw of the skull.
2. Neck

Answer: Cervical Spine

This consists of seven vertebrae of the spine, starting with the Atlas (C1), by the neck, all the way down to the C7. As the lyrics go, "The back bones connected to the neck bone..."

Many names are used for the backbone, including the spine or the spinal column and the backbone.
3. Tailbone

Answer: Coccyx

Dogs and cats and other animals have tails. Well, the human body also has a small tail known as the 'tailbone'. If you follow your spine all the way down, you'll find the very small coccyx. So much easier to say "tailbone".
4. Breastbone

Answer: Sternum

The breastbone is only one bone. It's vertically right smack dab in the center of your chest. The ribs are all fingered off the bone, as you could say. The bone was placed there to protect your vital organs, including your heart.
5. Collarbone

Answer: Clavicle

You have two collarbones, one for each shoulder. This is probably the most commonly broken bone in the body. The first thing you do when you're falling is put your arms out and you would think the wrist would be the most common, but instead the force of the fall goes straight to the collarbone.
6. Arm

Answer: Ulna

You have at least two major bones in your arm. The ulna is the bone that starts at your elbows and forms the forearm. The ulna is actually the inner of the two bones in this area. The radius bone would be the outer of the two.
7. Hands

Answer: Carpal

You've heard the expression 'carpal tunnel' surgery. This is from using the same motion with your hands day after day. I'm a blackjack dealer and many dealers get this surgery from years of dealing cards the exact same way daily.

The hands are so detailed that you need 27 bones in each hand to keep them up and writing, typing, or even playing quizzes on Fun Trivia.

The carpal bones are more in the palm area of the hands.
8. Leg

Answer: Femur

We already know that the jawbone is the strongest bone in the head, but the strongest bone in the body is the femur. Not only is it the strongest, but it's also the longest bone. It is also known as the thighbone.
9. Knee

Answer: Patella

So many people have knee issues. You could be an intense hiker or runner and the stress that you put on your knee can require surgery over time. Some people have had arthritis in their knees, which need to be scraped out over time.
10. Feet

Answer: Metatarsal

This bone sounds like it would be included in a dinosaur instead of your feet. The metatarsal bone is also known as the metatarsus. Sometimes you can't do anything for broken bones in your feet. Wrap them up and just try to rest them.
Source: Author linkan

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