Did you know that a typical adult human skeleton consists of 206 bones?
However, the count of bones also changes with age, as multiple ossific nuclei joined by synchondroses fuse into fewer mature bones, during the third decade of life.
The craniofacial bones are counted separately despite the synostoses, which occur naturally in the skull.
Where can someone find the smallest bones in the human body? In our ears! Bone in our ears are located in the middle ear and are called the ossicles, which include the malleus, incus, and stapes.