Manatee Anatomy Facts

Manatee Anatomy Facts
 

Manatee Anatomy Facts

 
Manatee Anatomy Facts

Manatee Anatomy Facts

In this image, you will find manatee anatomy facts, naris, eye, ear opening, mammary gland location, elbow, fluke, anus in it.

You will also find female urogenital opening, male urogenital opening,
umbilicus, axilla, flipper, nails, vibrissae, brain, esophagus, cardiac gland, spleen, lung, kidney, ovary, urinary bladder as well.

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mandible and so on.

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