Do Whales Have Bones?

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Whales have bones. It has a skull, backbone, rib cage, and a bunch of bones that look like arm and hand bones. While whale bones are real bones, they are apparently a little 'spongier' and less stiff than most land animal bones.
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1. Strip as much flesh off of the bone as possible. This can be done manually with a knife if the bone must be ready for display sooner rather than later. If time is not a factor,
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i reckon it would be a rib bone or a flipper bone as they woul;d be the largest parts on the animal.
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The forearm of the whale are made up of parallel bones called the ulna
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as hard as boners for britney spears.
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