Children have more bones in their bodies than adults

October 13, 2011

A baby’s body has over 300 bones at birth. As adults, however, we only have 206 bones. Throughout childhood, the bones progressively grow and fuse together to create a firm skeleton with 206 bones. By the age of 25, our bones stop growing and become as big as they will ever be.

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