The sacrum articulates with the hip bones of the pelvis.
Any bones under your pelvis, so femur, ankle and feet bones
Pelvis is made of six bones fused together
The pelvis is one bone.
No fish do not have a pelvis. Most fish do have bones, just not a pelvis.
The Ilium, Ischium and Pubis bones are the three main bones of the pelvis that are fused together
The pelvis consists of two hipbones : the innominate bones and the coxal bones
THE SACRUM AND THE ILIUM ARE THE LARGEST BONES OF THE PELVIS AND THE ARE IN THE UPPER REGION OF THE PELVIS FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF THE PELVIC BONES SEE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelvic_bone
The femur is distal or inferior to the pelvis.
Well, The three bones the pelvis is composed of is the ilium, ischium and the pubis.
Bones of the pelvis.
The Sacrum and the femur articulates with the Pelvis
Here are the bones on your pelvis:Illium- Your hip bone.Ischium- The round part of your pelvis that has a circular opening.Pubis- The bone that attaches your ischium.
They are your pelvis, the top of the bones.
no the female pelvis is bigger
It's your Hip Bones
the "hip bones", or illium of pelvis, are connected to the pelvis.