They are alike because rodents have some of the same bone of a human skeleton body.
A crayfish and a humans skeletons are alike in that provide protection.
bird skeletons are hollow, allowing a bird to fly
By not existing. Grasshoppers do not have bones, and therefore no skeletons. Bugs have a hard outer shell or exoskeleton, but no skeleton.
The human skeleton replaces itself every two years.
Crickets have an exo skeleton mostly made up of chiton. Humans have endo skeletons made of calcium carbonate.
You do know that humans and hamsters aren't the same, right?
The biggest difference between an arthropod skeleton and a human skeleton is that arthropods wear theirs on the outside of their bodies and we wear ours on the inside. Also, their skeletons are made of chitin and ours are made of bone.
Disarticulated (without joints)
Through evolution the human skeleton has changed and adapted to help protect the human organs, it keeps everything in place and structures the body. Without out skeletons we would be paralyzed....or dead.
There are many forms of skeletons for different animals. The differences of the human male and female skeletons are as follows. Several general differences exist between the male and female skeletons. The male skeleton is generally larger and heavier than the female. The female skeleton has a wider breast bone and narrower hips.
disarticulated (coming from Latin articulate: joint)
The human skeleton consists of two main parts: the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton. The axial skeleton consists of the vertebrae, sternum, and ribs. The appendicular skeleton consists of arms and legs and also includes the pectoral and pelvic girdles.
yes don't you see in Tom & jerrywhen cats eat fishes and through the skeleton ?? Alternate answer: Yes fish have skeletons. Some fish skeletons are composed of cartilage and some fish skeletons are composed of bone much like human skeletons. FISH ARE VERTBRATES WITCH MEANS THEY HAVE BACKBONES
Apart from the shapes of the bones, not much, because we both have the same number.
Yes the main function of the human skeletons, as well as other animals, is to provide shape and support. The skeleton also provides protection for major organs.
The largest human skeleton ever found may be the 6 foot, 8 inch skeleton that they found of a person with gigantism, as noted in the link below. Other skeletons are often reported on the internet of skeletons of superhuman proportions, but all of them seem to be hoaxes if you look up the organizations referred to, or try snopes.com. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/11/121102-gigantism-ancient-skeleton-archaeology-history-science-rome/
Usually just the one. The skeleton refers to the entire bone structure, made up of 206 bones.
No human is there who dosen't have a skeleton.
The weight of your skeleton will vary based on your height, age, weight, and any medical conditions (osteoporosis, etc.) that you may have.
The same as it is for humans. Once we are buried, there we stay. Our skeletons remain where we're laid to rest. The same goes for dogs. Unless we are moved by human hands, or in the wild, possibly by another animal, both a human and dog's skeleton stays where he lays last.
You didn't say if this was a school project or a fun thing. If it's a school project then go onto: www.google.com and type in: Drawings of the human skeleton. If you are just doing something for fun then go under 'Halloween skeletons'.
1. A crab has an exoskeleton, i.e. a skeleton which lies outside of its body A human has an endoskeleton, i.e. a skeleton which lies inside of its body 2. The human skeleton is capable of growing as the human does A crab's exoskeleton does not grow therefore the animal must shed (or moult) its skeleton to grow 3. The human skeleton is made up of bones The crab's skeleton is made of sections 4. The crab's exoskeleton is hardened by chitin (calcium carbonate) Human skeletons are hardened by calcium 5. The functions of the crab's exoskeleton are protection (defense against predators), excretion, sensation, support, feeding and preventing desiccation (dehydration or drying out) The functions of the human skeleton are support, protection of vital organs, movement, mineral storage, and blood cell production
You get a human skeleton from a human (Homo sapiens sapiens), and you get a dog skeleton from a dog (Canis lupus familiaris).
A skeleton of a fish has a rib cage and a spine just like the human skeleton.