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What is the soft tissue in the middle of your bones called?

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2010-09-20 12:39:46
2010-09-20 12:39:46

It is called Bone Marrow.... there are different kinds of bone marrow

one that stores fat is called Yellow Marrow and the marrow that stores blood

is called Red Marrow......

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