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Image of Labeled Skeleton of the Horse, with outline of body contour
Below is an image of a standing horse with it's skeleton visible. The contours of the bodies outline is visible to enable you to better to localize the bones of the skeleton. Bones and major landmarks are labeled. Palpable bony prominences are colored red. Most areas of this image are mapped so if you are a member of this site you can see a close up of the area of interest by clicking on it.
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