The Skeletal Spine - The spine is divided into several sections. The cervical vertebrae make  up the neck. The thoracic vertebrae comprise the chest section and have  ribs attached. The lumbar vertebrae are the remaining vertebrae below  the last thoracic bone and the top of the sacrum. The sacral vertebrae  are caged within the bones of the pelvis, and the coccyx represents the  terminal vertebrae or vestigial tail.

The Skeletal Spine - The spine is divided into several sections. The cervical vertebrae make up the neck. The thoracic vertebrae comprise the chest section and have ribs attached. The lumbar vertebrae are the remaining vertebrae below the last thoracic bone and the top of the sacrum. The sacral vertebrae are caged within the bones of the pelvis, and the coccyx represents the terminal vertebrae or vestigial tail.

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