Zoomify Images: Fig 21-14 Newborn human scapula vs. duck pectoral girdle

Fig 21-14 A newborn human left scapula (A, posterior view) is compared to the pectoral girdle of a duck. The bird pectoral girdle includes three elements: the coracoid, the scapula, and the furcula (wishbone). A duck’s left coracoid (B, ventral view; C, dorsal view), a duck’s scapula (C, costal view), and a duck’s furcula (E) are pictured.