caudal vertebra

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  • While they do have three internal caudal vertebrae, they have no visible tail.
  • The first five or six, rather short, caudal vertebrae form a flexible tail base.
  • Any one who will examine the caudal vertebrae will see how monstrous the breed is. Cited from Animals and Plants under Domestication V 1, Darwin
  • The number of caudal vertebrae in the tiger and lion should be twenty-six. Cited from Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon, Robert A. Sterndale
  • I have not given the caudal vertebrae, as Mr. Eyton says some might possibly have been lost. Cited from Animals and Plants under Domestication V 1, Darwin
  • The middle caudal vertebrae are more compressed on the sides that the others.
  • Between the second and third caudal vertebrae, separate bones called hemal arches are present.
  • As the latter is only known from a caudal vertebra, the identity cannot be proven.
  • He found the same variability in the number of the caudal vertebrae. Cited from Darwinism (1889), by Alfred Russel Wallace
  • Sauropods make up the largest amount of the remains with many articulated individuals, caudal vertebrae and teeth.
  • Only a single caudal vertebra (now destroyed) has ever been discovered, and the genus is usually considered a nomen dubium.
  • Modern birds still develop longer caudal vertebrae in their embryonal state, which later fuse to form a pygostyle.
  • The tail of Dimetrodon makes up a large portion of its total body length and includes around 50 caudal vertebrae.
  • The neural spines of the caudal vertebrae are very narrow and very tall and point toward the rear.
  • The tail was considerably longer, consisting of at least forty caudal vertebrae.
  • Though cervical vertebrae and caudal vertebrae have been preserved, their exact number is unknown.
  • However, subsequent Avimimus finds containing caudal vertebrae have confirmed the presence of a tail.
  • B. Two caudal vertebrae of same; natural size. Cited from The Student's Elements of Geology, Charles Lyell
  • Lutungutali is known from parts of its pelvis and from four caudal vertebrae that make up the base of the tail.
  • There are generally three to five vertebrae with the sacrum, and anything up to fifty caudal vertebrae.
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