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At birth a baby has 350 bones.?

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At birth a baby has 350 bones. As the baby grows, the total number of bones in the body is reduced to 206. Nature’s way of strengthening the body is to use the 144 ‘missing’ bones to reinforce the frame by this method …

A.adhesive
B.gluing
C.fusion
D.fastening



someone plz answer, i have this on my sc. exam tomorrow, n i dont understand it :S
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