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Asked by chiefzulu12 to Damien, Rachael, Simon, Suzi, Tim on 14 Jun 2011.
Keywords: brain, skin, skull
There’s no skin between the brain and the skull, skin is only on the outside of the body.
There are 3 layers of tissue between the brain and the skull though, called the Meninges. This is where the term Meningitis comes from – it’s an infection of the meninges.
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