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The Only Tissue in Your Body That Is Able to Contract or Shorten?

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Skeletal muscle tissue is the only tissue in the body that is able to contract and shorten. It is attached to the bones on our body. It makes up the organs that have the ability of contracting and shortening.
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Skeletal muscle tissue is attached to bone.
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Muscle. You have the entire internet and you are too lazy to look it up.
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Muscles, they contract when you move 2 parts together and extend when you move apart.
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