They would be embryonic.
Giraffes have the same amount of neck bones as humans but do not have the same amount of bones as humans. =p
Adult humans have 206 bones.
There are 27 separate bones in a humans hand
there are two bones in a humans big toe
Adult humans have fewer bones than infants. Adults have 206 bones infants have 300+ bones.
If humans have not bones then he is nothing. Bones keep our body together and upright. He cannot do anything.
The strength of bones is dependant on the cross sectional area. Cows are large animals and equivalentt bones on cows are larger than those of humans. The implication is that cattle have stronger bones than humans.
205 bones. No actually Humans have 205 bones and Horses have one more then Humans so that makes them have 206
Cats have more bones than humans. Adult humans have 206 bones, while adult cats have between 230 and 250. The average cat has around 244 bones.
Not exactly. Pigs' bones tend to be a bit thicker and denser than that of a humans'.
insect do not have bones
Dinosaur bones are bigger
There is nine bones in a human neck.
humans get older as there bones start to detereat
do narwhals have the same bones as humans
They have the same number of bones as humans had
Humans, horses and all animals have a skeletal system to support their body. Some bones that humans have that horses and other animals do not have are the bones of the hands and fingers.
The giraffe has 207 bones, humans 206. Does anybody know where the extra bone is? The giraffe has 207 bones, humans 206. Does anybody know where the extra bone is?
Humans have 27 bones in their fingers: 14 bones on their phalanges, 5 metacarpals, and 8 carpal bones.
Seven; cervical vertebrae numbered C1-C7. There are 7 bones in a human neck. Humans actually have the same amount of neck bones as a giraffe, but a giraffe's bones are a lot bigger.
yes, newts have tonnes of bones, more than humans
no they do not they just merge to make bigger and longer bones
because they want to make medicine out of their bones
yes,but the bones are covered by fat so you can sit
At birth there are 270. As an adult, humans have 206 bones.
Yes, cats have many of the same bones that humans have, although the size and some of the specific shapes are different.
You have 8 carpal bones, 5 metacarpal bones and 14 phalanges in your hand.
Considering humans have evolved from apes, it can be deduced that all primates have bones similar to human bones.
They're made of the same stuff, they grow in the same way, they do the same ting for the body in both humans and animals.
At birth, babies have 350 bones. By adulthood, many of those bones have fused. As adults, humans have 206 bones in the body.
Chickens have 120 bones. Several of them are extremely small and hard to see. They have less bones than humans, who have 206 bones.
i think there are about 14 bones in the chest
humans have 9 neck bones the same as giraffes
There are 206 bones in the human body. There are 206 bones in a gorilla's body. They are the same.
Most adult humans have 206 bones.
well first of all humans don't have the proper bones, birds bones are hollow so they are lighter, also humans havn't evolved enough to have wings, but in millions of years humans may grow wings
There are seven vertebrae in a giraffe's neck, just like humans. Just like humans and most mammals, a giraffe has seven neck bones. But those are really, really BIG bones.
Bones are made of calcium, chondroitin sulfate and hydroxyapatite, the latter making up 70% of a bone.
There are 26 total bones in one foot, so there are 52 bones in two feet.
It is known as skull and have total of 29 bones cranium 8 bones face 14 bones hyoid 1 bone 6 ear bones
yes because sharks are bigger then humans
Human infants have 300 bones at birth and 206 when they are adults.
Answer umm not all humans have the equal amount of bones
Flamingos have 17 bones in their necks. Humans have only seven.
The earliest bones were discovered in Kenya by Leaky
Giraffes and humans both have seven neck bones.
apparently sharks do not have bones they have cartalige like humans ears and noses
muscles and bones
Yup - teeth.