|Why, Target, why? Spiders don't even have skeletons. THEY'RE INVERTEBRATES, for crying out loud!|
Anyway, in this Anatomical Review, we selected the alligator skull and bony fish skeleton because we could say that it's somewhat related to this year's aquatic biology focus since fish are aquatic and alligators are reptiles that prefer to be in water. Anyway, here is a review of how accurate these skeletons are. As in, which bones are in there? Are they in the right spots? Here we are.
Reference source from Emporia College. Alligator Skull - Vertebrate Structure and Development. http://academic.emporia.edu/sievertl/verstruc/ALLSKULL.HTM. Web. September 9th, 2016.
Let's start with dorsal view, shall we?
Reference Source from Moor Park College. CLASS OSTEICHTHYES - Jawed with bony skeleton - 96% of all fishes. http://sunny.moorparkcollege.edu/~econnolly/Fishesbony.htm. Web. September 9th, 2016.