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UW-La Crosse junior Zach Tooley joins the lab to work on the neck and skull anatomy of a Siamese crocodile, in collaboration with Ohio University. Here Zach uses the program OsiriX to isolate the bony elements making up the atlas (first neck vertebra).

Zach Tooley shows the bone densities and anatomy of a super-complicated crocodile neck vertebra (the atlas) which attaches to the head. A cast arm of the dinosaur Acrocanthosaurus is in the background.

Zach Tooley shows the bone densities and anatomy of a super-complicated crocodile neck vertebra (the atlas) which attaches to the head. A cast arm of the dinosaur Acrocanthosaurus is in the background.