Yes, bird bones are hallow. Larger bones, such as what we refer to as the drum stick while eating are light and air filled. Other bones are equipped with cross walls providing extra strength; these bones strengthen the bird’s flight. Pork and beef bones, however, are dense and solid.
Many, but not all, of birds’ bones are hollow. The precise number of hollow bones depends on the bird’s species; if a bird is of large size and does a lot of gliding and soaring, it will have more hollow bones.
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