Your skeleton serves as a calcium bank account for your body.
Have you ever seen crabs crawling around on the beach? They're called limlus polyphemus, commonly known as a horseshoe crab.
At six feet in length, this two legged plant eater was about the size of a large dog with a strange domed head.
Bones are not just for structural support, but are also dynamic organs, containing active living cells and with blood vessels and nerves running through them.
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Paleontologists in South Africa recently discovered the first complete skeleton of a pre-dinosaur creature called Gorgonopsid, or "Gorgon" for short.