What is the thickest bone in the human body?



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    Though measurements can differ from person to person, most often the femur bone is considered the thickest and strongest bone in the body. 

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    The femur bone is the thickest and largest bone in the human body. The femur bone in an average adult male is 48cm long and has a diameter of 2.84cm. The femur is also known as the anti-gravity bone because it can withstand enormous amounts of pressure. For example: An average female’s femur bone can withstand 1200psi (pounds per square inch).

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