What Are The Differences Between Animal Bones?

Animal bones are divided into three types, exoskeletons, endoskeletons and water bones. Exoskeleton is generally the outer shell of arthropods, insects, etc., and plays a role in protecting internal organs. The endoskeleton is the skeleton of mammals, birds, reptiles and other animals, including us, and plays a role in support, movement, protection, and hematopoiesis. The most special is the water skeleton. Some coelenterates (jellyfish), annelids (leeches) and other bodies have water skeletons. The body cavities of these animals are filled with liquid, which provides hydrostatic pressure to support the body and exercise.  

People never stop studying animals. Through studying animal specimens and animal skeletons, we can learn the answers about the evolution of animals and even human beings, genetic relationship, habits, migration, breeding and other aspects.   

Cat Animal Bones
Cat Animal Bones

The cat skeleton animal specimens used for medical education and veterinary teaching have accurate anatomy and complete bone retention. The stand is used to fix the standing posture, which is convenient for students to observe. The cat bone specimens are marked with numbers, clearly showing the facial bone, mandible, humerus, sternum, radius and other structures. For more details about  animal teaching skeleton specimens for sale, please contact Meiwo.

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