Which mammal has more than seven cervical vertebrae (neck bones)?

giraffe
mangusta
sloth
none
Almost all mammals have seven neck bones, in­clud­ing giraffes with long necks and whales with short necks. The few ex­cep­tions include manatees and two-toed sloths, which each have only six cervical ver­te­brae, and three­-­toed sloths with nine cervical ver­te­brae

Answers distribution

giraffe
mangusta
sloth
none
answers
flagGermany
22%
16%
40%
20%
49
flagthe United States
37%
3%
31%
28%
64
flagPoland
29%
8%
29%
31%
2493
flagthe United Kingdom
23%
10%
25%
40%
59
flagIndia
41%
25%
25%
8%
24
flagUnknown
31%
9%
13%
45%
22
flagthe Netherlands
21%
21%
7%
50%
14
flagRepublic of Ireland
15%
15%
0%
69%
13

Gender

men27%
women25%
giraffe
29%
32%
mangusta
10%
10%
sloth
27%
25%
none
33%
31%

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