Interior View of the Cranial Floor

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The bone at the top is the Frontal Bone. The tongue shaped bone below the Frontal Bone is the Ethmoid Bone. Below that is the Sphenoid Bone. To the left and the right in below the Sphenoid Bone are the Left and Right Temporal Bones. In the Occiput at the bottom of the picture you will notice a large opening, called the Foramen Magnum, through which the spinal cord passes.  (Photo by Paula Kliewer Photography)

Cranium - Rear View
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Interior View of the Cranial Floor


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