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Crocodile. Sternum is single anteriorly, parts posteriorly. Turtle ... Crocodile. Sternum is single anteriorly, parts posteriorly. In crocodilians, ribs are ...
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Whimsical composite Vertebral verbalization (Body) Rib enunciation

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Frog sacral (cervical) Sternum is connected with pectoral support (not with thoracic ribs)

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Alligator Ribs meet at sternum Have short ribs Lack ribs Chevron bones Sternum is single anteriorly, parts posteriorly

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Turtle thoracic vertebrae, sacrum and first caudal vertebrae are combined to the carapace. Turtles need genuine lumbar vertebrae.

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Pigeon Ribs meet sternum adaptable Fused caudal vertebrae Sternum is substantial and hardened, with an unmistakable bottom

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Cat Anterior Articulate with ribs 7 cervical Posterior 3-5 vertebrae 3-40 Sternum is a progression of partitioned bones (jointed bar) Human: 3-section plate

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Human 7 12 5 melded 3-5 combined

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In creatures of land and water, ribs are decreased/lacking. Frogs have just sacral ribs. Frog sacral (cervical) Sternum is connected with pectoral support (not with thoracic ribs)

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Turtles have no cervical ribs. The thoracic ribs are long, level, and melded to the carapace. Sacral ribs join with the pelvic support. Turtles have no sternum

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In crocodilians, ribs are twofold headed. Most vertebrae bear ribs. Thoracic vertebrae have 2-section ribs. Croc Ribs meet at sternum Have short ribs Lack ribs 2 combined Chevron bones Sternum is single anteriorly, parts posteriorly

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In flying creatures, every one of the 5 gatherings of vertebrae bear ribs. Front thoracic ribs join with sternum. Thoracic ribs have 2 sections. Pigeon Ribs meet sternum adaptable Fused caudal vertebrae Sternum is expansive and hardened, with a conspicuous bottom

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Cat Anterior Articulate with ribs 7 cervical Thoracic vertebrae have 2-section ribs. Vertebrates need ribs in the lumbar and caudal locales. Back Sternum is a progression of partitioned bones (jointed pole) In human, the sternum is a 3-section plate

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The human sternum has 3 sections

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