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Unformatted text preview: Sacral vertebrae are those of the hip region The three main bones of the hindlimb are the femur, tarsals, and tibia: False Cervical vertebrae are those of the neck, located between the head and the back The metatarsals are the bones between tarsals and phalanges: true Many caudal vertebrae have an arch-like structure called a chevron ventral to the centrum The humerus is the upper forearm or foreleg that connects the scapula at the shoulder Bipedal dinosaurs habitually walked on their hindlimbs, always having longer front limbs: False The scapula is the largest bone in the shoulder girdle: true Inferior or lateral temporal fenestra refers to the lower opening of temporal region of the skull Anterior means pertaining toward the head end of the dinosaur The midline is axis aligned along head-neck-body-tail, an imaginary plane dividing the...
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