Dolphin Anatomy In Detail


Dolphin Anatomy In Detail

Dolphin Anatomy In Detail

Dolphin Anatomy In Detail

In this image, you will find rostrum, upper jaw, melon, nasal plug, nasal sac, blowhole, cranium, brain, fused vertebrae, esophagus, aorta in Dolphin anatomy in detail.

You will also find  retia mirabilia, diaphragm, stomach, dorsal fin, vertebral column, lobate kidney, peduncle as well.

This picture also contains other parts such as flukes, anus, bladder, penis, urogenital opening, testes, intestines, liver, lung, articulated ribs, flipper, heart, sternum, trachea, nasopharynx, eye, panbone, teeth, lower jaw and so on.


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