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The three types of joints that connect bones are:

(1) Fibrous joints - immovable - found in the skull

(2) Cartilaginous joints - slightly movable - connected by hyaline cartilage

(3) Synovial joints - freely movable - allow for a variety of movement - lined with a synovial membrane and lubricated by synovial fluid.