biology question #143



Kelly, a 13 year old female from the Internet asks on March 1, 2000,

Q:

What is the structure of chicken bone?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on March 1, 2000, A:

Chicken bones are like all bird bones. They are built for flight so they have a sort of honeycomb internal structure to give them great strength for little weight. Check out this picture of bird bone.

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