While different breeds of dogs have different numbers of bones in their tails, the average number of bones in a dog's skeleton, taking into account tail variation, is 319, according to Pet Education. Bones grow throughou... More »

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A possum skeleton is the bone structure of an American opossum, which is the only marsupial native to North America. Opossums are often considered to be pests, but they actually can be useful in eliminating slugs, beetle... More »

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To draw a dog, start by sketching basic geometric shapes that resemble the skeletal structure and joints, and then add the outline of the animal. Artists should save details such as facial features and fur for the end of... More »

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A number of dog breeds are born with very short or no tails. Among them are French and English bulldogs, French pointers, Australian shepherds and Welsh corgis. More »

Some of the breeds of dogs that have either short or no tails at all include French bulldogs, English bulldogs, French pointers, Australian shepherds and Welsh corgis. Dogs and their ancestors naturally have tails. Howev... More »

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Dogs do have bones in their tails. Dog tails are essentially the last section of the dog's spine. A dog's tail can include as many as 23 vertebrae. Shorter natural full tails can have as few as six vertebrae. More »

The Spitz is not a breed of dog, but is a term that refers to several different dog breeds that share common traits, including long and curly tails that extend up and over the back. Other characteristics of the breeds in... More »