No. It's a limb with muscles and bones inside.
No, you simply need your skin to be able to move, your muscles and bones are just the filling inside your skin.
There are muscles attached to bones, but bones do not have muscles.
Bones are deep to muscles. Muscles are superficial to bones.
To connect bones to bones, muscles to muscles, or bones to muscles.
Bones do not move muscles. It is the muscles that move the bones.
you have 640 muscles and 206 bones. Which means that you have more muscles then bones.
the thing holding your muscles to your bones is a stringy piece of elastic inside your body(my mums cruel)!!
it is smooth on the out side but has bones and muscles on the inside.
There are many parts of the crocodile inside its body. The crocodiles bones, organs, muscles, and tissue are inside of its body.
the bones and muscles have sex
Ligaments connect bones to other bones, tendons connect muscles to bones.
No because muscles move bones and are attached to bones.
your tendons connect muscles and bones
All dogs have muscles and bones.
tendons connect muscles and bones
tendons connect muscles to bones
Muscles connect to bones by ligaments.
206 bones and tons of musclesAround 640 muscles and 206 bones.
We have about 200+ bones in our body, but each bone must be controlled by several muscles. And some muscles do not control bones, for example the facial muscles and the eye muscles. So there are more muscles than bones.
Muscles help the bones hold up and without the muscles there the bones would not be able to move. Tendons connects the muscles to the bones and helps with support as well.
Tendons attach muscles to bones, while ligaments attach bones to other bones.
Ligaments, tendons, muscles, fascia, cartilage and skin all play a part in securing bones to bones and muscles to bones. However, most bones are connected to other bones by ligaments, and muscles are connected to bones by tendons.Ligament attaches bones to bones. Tendon attaches muscle to bones.
Muscles are connected to bones by tendons, which are made of tough collagen fiber connective tissue. They are not to be confused with ligaments, which connect bones to bones, or fasciae, which connect muscles to muscles.
Tendons always connect muscles to bones. (Ligaments connect bones to bones.)