Whether snakes back bone is a cartilage or jointed bone like humans have?
Asked by | 5th Mar, 2008, 04:16: PM
Snakes have a long backbone. They have many thin muscles. They are connected to each other even though they are far from one another. They also interconnect the backbone, ribs, and skin. The skeletal structure of snakes is composed of hundreds of vertebrae, with a pair of ribs to go along with each.
Answered by | 6th Dec, 2017, 06:10: PM
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