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Bison Occidentalus Skeleton
Kansas University [1]
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1. Atlas Vertebra
1440 Fd. Missouri River Valley, Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
(Eroded at lateral edges.)
2. Axis Vertebra
1464 Fd. Missouri River Valley Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
(Some erosion)
3. Cervical Vertebra
1542 Fd. Missouri River Valley, Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
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Note: The following pictures are intended to show the shape details and not the relative sizes.
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Hay, Oliver, The Extinct Bisons of North America; with Description of One New Species, Bison Regius, (Washington,
Government Printing Office, 1913) 172
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4. Cervical Vertebra
1169 Fd. Arkansas River, Oklahoma
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5. Thoracic Vertebra
1499 Fd. Missouri River Valley, Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
6. Thoracic Vertebra
1466 Fd. Missouri River Valley, Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
(Erosion on front edge of central process)
7. Lumbar Vertebra
1461 Fd. Missouri River Valley, Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
8. Sacrum
1468 Fd. Missouri River Valley, Union Co., SD after 2011 flood.
(Eroded on edge)
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