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The skull may be immovably fixed to the vertebral column, or may articulate with it by a single or double occipital condyle.
When the occipital condyle is double, it is formed by the exoccipitals, and the basi-occipital is small or unossified.
The lower angle of the quadrate bears a cartilaginous condyle with which the mandible articulates.
The ninth nerve passes through the more external of these foramina, the tenth through the one nearer the condyle.
Its outer surface is marked by a deep recess, and it ends below in a strong condyle with which the mandible articulates.