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What Does the Ribcage Protect?

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The rib cage consists of three types of bones: true, false and floating. It protects the vital organs in the upper body. The lungs and the heart are two main organs that it protects.
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all of your organs
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Isn't it obvious? It is a hard cage which surrounds the body's most critical organs.
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That would be the lungs
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It's a "cage" of bone surrounding those vital organs.
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