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2. What Does the Skeletal System Do?

You mean aside from being a frame to hang our skin on? A lot, actually! The human skeletal system performs many vital functions necessary for a human being to live and move. It supports muscles, it facilitates movement, and it protects our internal organs from outside damage. It is also the location of blood cells production and calcium storage. In short, it allows us to survive in this world.

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