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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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- Fall '08
- sacral vertebrae, Temporal fenestra, False Cervical vertebrae, skull Caudal vertebrae