The human body consists of approximately 206 bones of which the femur is the heaviest and sturdiest bone. It is positioned at the back of the thigh while the clavicle is very soft, hence it is the weakest bone of the human body.
Bones, which are important for physical stiffness, the storing of certain nutrients and the habitation of bone marrow, make up the skeletal systems of the body. They also provide structural form and movement and the ability to produce red blood cells and a variety of white blood cells. Humans require bones to sustain their upright stance, which they have possessed since the last major evolutionary advance.
The femur seems to be the only bone in the human thigh. It is the strongest & longest bone in the body, running from the hips to the knee. The normal femur can sustain 1,800 to 2,500 pounds of pressure, making fractures difficult. A break in this bone could only be caused by a huge force, including a serious crash or a falling from a great height.
The weakest and softest bone in the human is the clavicle or collar bone. Because it is a tiny bone which runs horizontally across your breastbone & collarbone, it is simple to shatter.
Water makes up 31% of the weight of your bones. Your bones are four times more powerful than a concrete pound for pound. A muscle controls the human breathing mechanism termed the diaphragm.
Bone is more durable than steel. About 14% of your weight is made up of bones. We have about 300 bones when we are born. Some bones fuse as we grow older, leaving an adult with only 206 bones. Human bone is 50 times lighter than steel which has the same strength. The human skull is made up of 22 bones. However, The jawbone is the toughest bone in the body.