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Limbs are the appendages an animal has that are used to for locomotion or for fine motor movements, such as grabbing or holding an item. In humans, limbs are called extremities. There are two upper extremities, the arms, which can hold things, reach and pick up small objects. The two lower extremities, the legs, are used for locomotion most of the time, but can also be used for kneeling, bending or crouching.

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