…..Answer: In the Jaw. Also known as the lower jawbone, the mandible is the largest and strongest bone of the face. Tasked with holding the lower set of teeth in place, this bone has a symmetrical, horseshoe shape. Not directly connected to other bones of the skull, the mandible is the only moving bone of the skull and is attached to the major muscle groups of mastication (chewing) as well as the ligaments that make up the temporomandibular joint that allows motion.
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