The correct option is A Skeletal muscle
Skeletal muscle tissue is closely attached to the skeletal bones. It is in the form of muscle fibres bundled together in parallel fashion. It supports the bone in the movement of the body.
Bone forms the skeletal framework of the body.
Cartilage is a specialised connective tissue whose intracellular matrix is solid, pliable and resists compression. Cartilage is present in the outer ear joints, vertebral column, limbs and hands in adults.
Smooth muscle tissue is a type of muscle tissue in which the muscle fibres taper at both ends (fusiform) and do not show striations. This type of tissue forms the inner lining of the internal organs such as the stomach, intestine, etc.