Why do humans have spinal a column?

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dude your spine controlls everything why do you think when people get shot in the spine they cant move,think,or talk but still alive. your spine sends messages to your body just lie a brain exept wait yeah spine is just brain #2.
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The Vertebral Column
The vertebral column is a flexuous and flexible column, formed of a series of bones called vertebræ. The vertebræ are thirty-three in number, and are grouped under the names cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal, according to the... More »
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