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In the News (Thu 14 Feb 19)

  
  BBC Science & Nature - Human Body and Mind - Skeleton Layer
Your skull is made up of two sets of bones - the bones of your face and the bones of your cranium, which make up your forehead and the back of your head.
And the back of your skull is formed by your occipital bone which has an opening in it where your spinal cord connects to your brain.
This means that the skull can flex and deform during birth, making it easier to deliver a baby through the narrow birth canal.
www.bbc.co.uk /science/humanbody/body/factfiles/skull/skull.shtml   (418 words)

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