The Human Skeletal System Chart shows anterior, lateral and posterior views of the skeletal system.
This printout will help you learn about the human skeleton and identify some of the important features of our skeletal anatomy. This document contains an outline of a juvenile human standing 109 cm tall (or 43” tall). Modern humans average a height of 109 cm between 5 and 6 years of age.
The motion is limited by the ligamentous attachments between ribs and vertebrae. The third general function of the skeleton is that of motion. The great majority of the skeletal muscles are firmly anchored to the skeleton, usually to at least two bones and in some cases to many bones.