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No Bones About It
Don't get chilled to the bone this winter. Our 71" (180 cm) long soft-knit acrylic scarf will keep the cold away, and we think it makes you look thinner, too.
Are you curious...?
Every living thing needs a skeleton to keep it from collapsing into a pile of goo. Even cells have a cytoskeleton. Most invertebrates (like insects) have exoskeletons, a hard armor containing the whole body. External skeletons are comparatively heavy and they don't grow with the organism, limiting the maximum size of land dwellers (water dwellers like clams can grow much larger). Have you ever heard of fluid skeletons? These are semi-rigid soft structures filled with pressurized fluid -- earthworms have a hydroskeleton. They move by contracting muscles that make the fluid ooze. While interesting, that wouldn't make for a very good scarf design.