In the labyrinth it says there is more than one way to read the bones what does that mean?
Well, it means there are more things to bones that the world today, is unknow to us. 1 bone could have millions of articfacts of the history and the people of the present day 100.
No, it is an original screen play. However a novelization of Labyrinth was created based on the movie, that goes more into depths about certain things not fully explored in the movie. It is out of print, and difficult to obtain a physical copy of it, but I will include a link below to where it can be read online.
A ligament is a sheet or band of tough fibrous;usually a white tissue that connects two or more bones, cartilages or holds an organ of the body in place while a joint is a movable or fixed place or part where two bones or elements of a Skeleton join together. They both mean the same thing which is holding, joining and connecting two or more bones, etc in place or together. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Compare_a_joint_and_a_ligament#ixzz1nRdILmal
"Fifteen bones of ancient men - take away six and still leave ten." What Pan's ghost is telling you is that you have to "read" the bones, as in letters. Remove 6 of the bones, leaving the remaining 9 bones to spell out the capital letters T-E-N. (2 bones make the T, 4 bones make the E, and 3 make the E)
You should really read the book 2 find out but- Percy has to go in a Labyrinth that he may never find his way out of- will he perish in the Labyrinth? Will he stay forever with Calypso on an island where no one else can ever come- including Annabeth? Will he forget Annabeth for Calypso? Wanna read the book now- I thought so! :p
i don't know exactly what it means, but depending on what dinosaurs you were dreaming about; their bones or live dinosaurs.If you were dreaming about live dinosaurs then you probably had some bad meat, or read a horror book about dinosaurs. if you were dreaming about their bones then you probably are going to be a paleontologist.
No, octopus, do NOT have bones in their whole body, much less their tentacles!!! You aren't the only one who was confused/curious! I was too, so, i looked it up... I read something, then i decided i would look for more resources and i found this! Anyway, I'm 99.9% sure that octopus do NOT have bones! Thanks...
The human backbone is also called the spine, and it consists of a vertebral column that has many bones. There are seven cervical, twelve thoracic, five lumbar, five fused sacral, and four fused coccygeal bones in an adult. So that makes a total of 33 bones. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_bones_make_up_the_human_backbone#ixzz1rAzxvQJE
I've read that some owls do not regurgitate bones in their pellets. Also, if the bones are really fine, rather than dense like the pelvis & many of the long bones of mammals, they may be digested. I just found what appears to be a densely-packed cylindrical owl pellet which is over 4" long which is comprised almost if not entirely of bird feathers - no bones. Birds have very light bones with air pockets…