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Snake jaws do not dislocate. The jaws of snakes are said to detach from the skull, which is a long-held misconception. They keep in touch. The two lower jaws, however, move independently of one another, as seen in the video.

Unlike mammalian jaws, which are designed for chewing, snake jaws are connected with tendons, ligaments, and hinge joints, giving their skulls the flexibility of a gymnast.

Snake jaws do not dislocate. The jaws of snakes are said to detach from the skull, which is a long-held misconception. They keep in touch. The two lower jaws, however, move independently of one another, as seen in the video.

The front of a snake’s lower jaw is attached by an elastic ligament, which allows the two parts to widen apart (connected by an elastic ligament) at the front. Each lower jaw moves on its own. Jaws are permanently affixed to the cranium.

Snakes’ quadrate bones (at attachment points to the lower jaw) are not securely attached at the back of their skulls. They pivot, allowing vertical and horizontal rotation, allowing huge prey like this pig to be consumed.

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