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Integumental Muscles

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Integumental Muscles

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The two main integumentary muscles are the platysma and the cutaneous maxismus. The cutaneous maximus covers the dorsal region of the cat and allows it to shake it's skin. The platysma covers the neck and allows the cat to stetch the skin over the pectoralis major and deltoid muscles.


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