Bits of it can be surgically replaced for medical reasons, but otherwise it just grows bigger as you grow. Im pretty sure my Biology teacher said that your skeleton never ages older than 20 years old
The entire human skeleton is replaced every ten years. Seven to ten percent of this skeleton is replaced once a year.
The human skeleton replaces itself every two years.
i don't known just go to Horizon Montessori III
Although they share a track, luge was not replaced by skeleton.
The whole skeleton? seeing as the longest lasting cells are only replaced every 7 years i would bet a hefty 7 years to replace the whole skeleton :)
A piece at a time, maybe; have your joints replaced with their latest Titanium substitute and by the time you're done with that, the rest of your skeleton may be available.
The answer to this question is your Skeleton, this is how your bones grow larger or shrink
Every two years :)
A newborn baby skeleton is composed mainly of pliable gristle, which is slowly replaced with hard calcium bone as the baby develops.
They are replaced when they go bad.
The filters are what needs to be replaced most often on the air conditioning units.
around every two years
Often a skeleton in Vodou is used to reprisent the lwa Baron Samedi, especially if it has a tophat, sunglasses, and cane.
Wal Mart and Target often sell skeleton costumes. You can also check on Amazon.com or Ebay.com to find a good selection of glow in the dark skeleton costumes.
It is replaced four times a day.
Animals that lack a backbone (and often any skeleton) are invertebrates.
It depends on the use, but yes, they have to be replaced periodically.
No, an exoskeleton is a hard skeleton that sits on the outside of a eukaryote to protect and shape them, often in bugs, such as beetles. Worms are invertebrates, so they do not have an internal skeleton either.
they dont get replaaced
about 25 years