You always have the same amount of bones, there is no difference between a 2 month old baby and a 89 year old man
Our bones grow on milk! If you didn't know... sadness
According to the Gray's Anatomy textbook, there are 22 bones in the human skull. This answer can vary based on the source and whether it claims ear bones as part of the skull structure.
Eight bones form the neurocranium (braincase) - including the frontal, parietals, occipital bone, sphenoid, temporals and ethmoid - a protective vault surrounding the brain. Fourteen bones form the splanchnocranium, the bones supporting the face.
Encased within the temporal bones are the six ear ossicles of the middle ears, though these are not part of the skull. The hyoid bone, supporting the tongue, is usually not considered as part of the skull either, as it does not articulate with any other bones.
The 22 bones comprise the following:
Two superior maxillary
Two inferior turbinated
Inferior maxillary i think that there are 200 bones in the human skull
There are 27 bones in a human hand.
14 phalanges; proximal, medial (all except the thumb), and distal in the fingers.
5 metacarpals, I, II, III, IV, & V in the hand.
8 carpals: scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform, hamate, capitate, trapezoid, and trapezium in the wrist.
One-fourth of all of your bones are in your hands. And half of all your bones are in your hands and feet, since the feet have another 52 bones.
It means the bones that the muscles are attached to.