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All of the following are important roles of the skeletal system except A. organ protection B. movement C. storing minerals D. regulating body temperature
All of the following are important roles of the skeletal system except regulating body temperature.
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Regulating Body Temperature is the answer. The reason it is not the other are that, your skeletal system (your rib cage mostly) protects your most important organs such as your heart and lungs.
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