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Bovine Cervical Vertebra 

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Bovine Cervical Vertebra Anatomy

medical illustration of This is a sketch of a bovine (cow or ox) cervical vertebra that was found in marshes along the Georgia coast. The transverse foramen (vertebrarterial canals) and short spine are key anatomical identifiers for the group of cervical vertebrae.
Next medical illustration of The original sketch for this infographic was made at a ‘SciArt Meetup’ event at the Florida Museum of Natural History (color and graphical details added afterwards). The graphics on the left include a breakdown of the time period and geographical location of the ancient animal’s existence.

Ancient Coyote Skull

This is a sketch of a bovine (cow or ox) cervical vertebra that was found in marshes along the Georgia coast. The transverse foramen (vertebrarterial canals) and short spine are key anatomical identifiers for the group of cervical vertebrae.

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