In birds, some of the vertebrae are fused to form

A. Keel

B. Furcula

C. Syncytium

D. Synsacrum

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Some posterior thoracic vertebrae, the lumbar, sacral and a few anterior caudal vertebrae are fused to form a complex bone called synsacrum. The innominate bones are fused with the synsacrum to a greater or lesser extent, according to species, forming an avian pelvis.

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    Killian Bomdiang :
    1 year ago

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