Fill in the table: “The skeleton of a bird” (sections, what bones it consists of, flight features).

Department name What bones does it consist of Flight Specifics
Head skeleton (skull) Brain and facial divisions Lightweight bones
Trunk skeleton 1) Spine 2) Chest Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, tail region Muscles are attached to the chest region that provide flight
Limb skeleton:
1) shoulder girdle Scapula, caracoid bone, collarbone The bones of the shoulder girdle and forelimb provide the bird’s flight
2) the skeleton of the forelimb (wing) Shoulder, forearm, hand
3) pelvic girdle Ilium, ischium, pubic bone
4) the skeleton of the hind limb Femur, leg and foot bone
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