Gliding joint is present between the (1) Carpals (2) Humerus and glenoid cavity (3) Carpal and metacarpal of thumb (4) Knee

Answer: (1)

Gliding joints or plane or planar joint are a common type of synovial joint. This joint permit two or more round or flat bones to move freely together without any rubbing or crushing of bones. This joint is mainly found in those regions where the two bones meet and glide on one another in any of the directions.

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