All mammals have only seven neck bones, What about non mammals?

@zugedanit (1958)
February 11, 2007 12:00pm CST
All mammals have only seven neck bones. What about non-mammals. Do they have seven, too?
2 responses
@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
27 Feb 07
No. The extinct marine reptiles of The Jurassic, like the Mosasaurus or the Plesiosaurus have more cervical vertebrae.
@mssnow (9493)
• United States
11 Feb 07
I don't know about most non mammals but insects don't even have a skeleton on the inside. They have an outside skeleton called a n exoskeleton. They don't really have bones as we would think. Its more like a hard shell. So I would have to answer your question with a no . Because the animal kingdom of insects does not.