• anonymous
What are the bone markings of a chicken wing?
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  • anonymous
Well I have no clue the "markings" youre referring to, however chicken bones unlike 99% of the population are very frail compared to human bones, among with discoloration such as a slight yellowing of their bones due to the delayed release of a lower blood count. Aka, little oxygen, little animal.
  • Koikkara
\(\Huge \color{blue}{\star^{ \star^{\star:)}}}\Huge \color{red}{\star^{ \star^{\star:)}}}\) \(\huge\color{Green}{{\rm }\rm Welcome~to~Open~Study~!!!}\) @brookeluna \(Bone~Marking~for~Human:\) Humerus, Ulna, Radius, Carpals, Metacarpals. Elbow pointy in shape and a sharper roundness at the tip, \(Bone~Marking~for~Chicken:\) Humerus,Ulna,Radius,Carpometacarpus. At the tip of the wing and finger tips there are little pieces of bone sticking out like a stick showing fingers on both the bird wing and the human hand, Along with the bird “fingers” there are also little thumbs on each wing hand just as a human hand has a thumb on each, both arms have a wrist in which the arm has a hand to move up and down or side to side rather, Lastly, the humerus is a thicker bone on both to help hold the shoulder on both arms together so each is able to function \(\huge\color{Red}{{\rm }\rm Nice~To~Meet~You~!!!}\) \(\Huge \color{gold}{\star^{ \star^{\star:)}}}\Huge \color{green}{\star^{ \star^{\star:)}}}\)

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