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The kind of tissue that forms the supportive structure in our pinna is also found in

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nails
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ear ossicles
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tip of the nose
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D
vertebrae
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Solution

The correct option is C tip of the nose
The ear pinna is made up of hyaline cartilage. The tip of the nose is also made up of cartilage.
Vertebrae and ear ossicles are bony structure. The ear ossicles are the smallest bones in the human body. Nails are made up of keratin.

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