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This is the skeleton of the average wolf. As you can see wolves skulls are elongated giving it a snout. Moving farther downthe line you can see the Scapula or "shoulder blade" is facing outward toward the skull and is connected to the Humerus which is not labled on this it is above the elbow joint. Below this is the radius and the ulna ,and finally the Metacarpal are the toes. The vertebrae cover the spinal colum which is the central nerve connected straight to your brain. At the end of the spine is the tailbone which of course gives the wolf it's tail. Before this is the Pelvis and below this is the Femur , which is the hardest bone to break in the wolves' and the human's body, the comes the Tibia and Fibula then the Hock.










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