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Jaw skeleton



The portion of the vertebrate skull derived from the embryonic pharyngeal arches that give rise to mandible, auditory ossicles, hyoid bone and distinct processes of the skull.



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Hobbit Skull Comparison Software's Unexpected Result.

... on which the remains were found.[1][2] One largely complete subfossil skeleton (named LB1, because it was the first specimen found in the Liang Bua cave) and a complete jawbone from a second individual (LB2),[3] dated at 18,000 years old, were discovered ...

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by GaryGaulin
Wed May 06, 2009 7:22 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Hobbit Skull Comparison Software's Unexpected Result.
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Frog Skeleton Help

Hi guys, so in our class, we've been thought Frogs and their skeleton, and I was hoping someone would be kind enough to check my notes for ... Pterygoid Venier Hyoid Arterior Cornea Alary processes Body Thyroid Lower Jaw Mateodeblim Donary processes Angalo-sphenial Hinplimb Penser Tibia-Fibula ...

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by jemokn
Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:58 pm
Forum: Zoology Discussion
Topic: Frog Skeleton Help
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Look at the picture of chameleon's skeleton , focus on its mouth. Chameleon do have teeth http://asm.wku.edu/faculty/Huskey/Veiled%20chameleon%20skeleton%20rostral2.jpg A chameleon's teeth are also unique in that they are attached to the jaw bone ridge. Unlike other lizards, chameleons ...

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by tam122
Mon Jul 17, 2006 9:05 am
Forum: Zoology Discussion
Topic: chameleon..
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Views: 18870

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