Sleleton of a crocodile

Sleleton of a crocodile
Skeleton of a crocodile: crocodilian reptile with a broad, short snout, native to the Americas.
Skull: bony case of the brain of a crocodile.
Cervical vertebrae: vertebrae forming the neck.
Thoracic vertebrae: vertebrae forming the dorsal portion of the thoracic cage.
Lumbar vertebrae: vertebrae of the lumbar region.
Sacrum: bone jointed with the ilia to form the pelvis.
Caudal vertebrae: vertebrae of the tail.
Femur: thigh bone.
Tibia: one of the two leg bones.
Fibula: one of the two leg bones.
Tarsus: ankle bone.
Metatarsus: bone forming the part of the foot between the ankle and the toes.
Phalange: each of the small bones forming the toes.
Rib: each of the bones forming the thoracic cage.
Ulna: one of the two bones of the forearm.
Radius: one of the two bones of the forearm.
Humerus: arm bone.
Scapula: shoulder bone.
Mandible: lower jaw.

Animation : The giant crocodilians - Crocodylidae

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