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Every Bone in the Human Body and How they Break (Explained Using John Wick) | WIRED

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Dr. Chris Raynor knows his bones, so who better to ask about every bone in the human body? Keanu Reeves in the John Wick series has seen his fair share of bumps and bruises...well...some of them quite a bit worse than just bumps and bruises. There's over 200 bones in the human body, many of which we see taking quite a bit of trauma in the action-packed series. Using John Wick as a reference, Dr. Raynor explains everything we need to know about our bones and how they break.

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