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Appendicular - 126 bones, Humerus - Long bone in the upper arm., Radius - Long bone running along the thumb side of the forearm., Ulna - Long bone running along the little finger side of the forearm., Carpals - 8 bones including triquetral, lunate, scaphoid, trapezium, trapezoid, pisiform, hamate, and capitate., Metacarpals - Five bones forming the hand., Phalanges - 28 in total forming the fingers and toes., Femur - Longest bone in the body, forms upper leg., Patella - Forms the knee cap., Tibia - Weight bearing bone of the lower leg, found on the big toe side., Fibula - Lower leg bone, little toe side., Tarsals - 7 bones including talus, calcaneus, cuboid, navicular, and central, medial and lateral cuneiform., Metatarsals - Five bones forming the foot., Sacrum - Large, triangular bone at the base of the spine., Ischium - This bone takes the weight of the body when sitting down., Ilium - Largest bone of the pelvis.,

Appendicular skeleton

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