Fill in the table: “Frog skeleton” Skeleton departments, Bone names and structure

Skeleton departments Bone names and structure Value
Skull (head skeleton) Brain bones, jaw bones Brain protection
Spine Vertebrae (in a frog 9: 1 + 7 + 1 + tail) Spinal cord protection and support for internal organs
Shoulder girdle Scapula, collarbone, sternum, crow bones Support for the front limbs
Skeleton of the forelimbs Humerus, forearm bones, hand bones Participate in movement
Pelvic girdle Pelvic bones fused with each other and with the spine Hind limb support
Hind limb skeleton Femur, tibia, fibula, foot bones Participate in movement
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