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Old October 1, 2012, 08:30 PM   #5
Double Naught Spy
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Al, I am sorry, but the pig's spine isn't actually in the location that you indicated. You show it oriented somewhat upside down and truncated relative to the head. The overlay in the image you provided shows the thoracic vertebrae and make it look like they go into the head and completely leave out the cervical vertebrae.
http://www.animalskeletons.net/_Pig-skeleton.jpg

Additionally, the heart and lungs are larger than you indicate. For more of the actual pig, see here....
http://www.texasboars.com/anatomy.html
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