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The number of vertebrae that make up the spine varies by species, ranging from forty to ninety-three. The cervical spine , found in all mammals, consists of seven vertebrae which, however, are reduced or fused. This gives stability during swimming at the expense of mobility. The fins are carried by the thoracic vertebrae , ranging from nine to seventeen individual vertebrae. The sternum is cartilaginous. The last two to three pairs of ribs are not connected and hang freely in the body wall. The stable lumbar and tail include the other vertebrae. Below the caudal vertebrae is the chevron bone ; the vortex developed provides additional attachment points for the tail musculature. [11]

Jack Shafer is POLITICO's senior media writer.  Previously,  Jack wrote a column about the press and politics for Reuters and before that worked at Slate as a columnist and as the site's deputy editor. He also edited two alternative weeklies, SF Weekly and Washington City Paper . His work has been published in  The  New York Times Magazine ,  The New York Times Book Review , The Washington Post , the Columbia Journalism Review , Foreign Affairs , The  New Republic ,  BookForum and the op-ed page of The  Wall Street Journal .

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