Located centrally in the base of the cranium.
Broad and bowl shaped: To support the organs whist standing upright. The wide attachment points for the femurs contribute to the carrying angle.
Lumbar vertebrae wedge-shaped producing an S-shaped curve which brings the vertebral column directly under the skull.
Small and non-protruding which allows the skull to balance on the spine.
Large head to the femurs that contributes to the carrying angle.
Outer 'hinge' large and stronger to take weight of the body. Able to be straightened.
Has both the longitudinal arch and transverse arch. Large heel bone and aligned big toe form a pedestal on which the body is supported.