The Mandible is the only part of the skull that can move.
The skull, as we know it, is made up of 22 bones (28 if auditory ossicles are included). But out of all these bones, only the mandible is movable. Moreover, the mandible or the jaw bone is one of the strongest and largest bones in the facial skeleton. The mandible forms the lower jaw and holds the lower teeth in place. The term “mandible” is derived from the Latin word “mandibula”, which means “one used for chewing”.
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