What are the sections of the lizard skeleton. What are the features of their structure and significance?

By examining the lizard, we can highlight some parts of the body. This is the head, torso, two pairs of limbs and a tail. The skeleton is made up of more divisions. This is the skull, where the brain and the starting point of the respiratory and digestive systems are located. Next comes the cervical region, followed by the thoracic region, where the respiratory organs are located. Then comes the lumbar region. It contains the organs of digestion and excretion. Next comes the sacral and tail sections. The structure of reptiles is more complex than the structure of amphibians.

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