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Anatomy of Ruminants, Beef & Dairy Breeds

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The brain is situated within the cranium - a box-like posterior part of the skull.

The brain is connected to the spinal cord through a large hole, the foramen magnum.

The foramen magnum is flanked by two large knobs or occipital condyles that form a joint with the first cervical vertebra of the neck.

Sinuses or spaces are present between the inner and outer cranial walls.
Image: Cow and sheep skull

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