• Question: Why doesent your blood stain your bones red why do they stay white or do they

    Asked by kirbykirbo00 to Andrew, Jade, Jessica, Kevin, Lynn on 19 Jun 2015.
    • Photo: Jessica Wade

      Jessica Wade answered on 19 Jun 2015:


      The is a tough one! the blood in our body is actually stuck in little tubes called veins, not near our bones at all. Bone is from different chemicals called phosphates. the surface of bones hasn’t got any little holes or grooves, it’s smooth and has no where for the blood to stick.

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