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1 They protect you against infections.
2 There is a lot of calcium in these, they are very strong.
3 They give your ears their shape and act like a shock absorber between bones.
4 They protect you, keep you cool, camouflage you and make you waterproof.
5 They are around millions of tiny air spaces. They have to be thin.
6 They make you move and you eat them (if you are not vegetarian).
7 You are using these to help you work out what type of cells they are!
8 A bull wouldn’t like these but oxygen does.
9 I hope that you can see them clearly.
10 If you have some lunch, you will use these around 3 hours later.
11 Only some of you have these but you all needed at least one.
12 Have you been to the toilet recently? These cells help produce number ones.
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