Do Cartilaginous Skeletons Use the 'bone' Annotation?

Just as it says: If an organism is deceased and the evidence of presence is cartilaginous skeleton, do we use the ‘bone’ annotation?

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The provided definition for the annotation is:

Predominantly endoskeletal remains; partial bone exposure in an otherwise
intact organism should be labelled organism.

Cartilage is a endoskeletal tissue, so it is appropriate to annotate such observations as “bone”.

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Thank you! Where do you see these descriptions? Those seem useful

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List of Annotations, Annotation Values, and Their Definitions. Also, if you hover over an annotation on the website, a dialog box will appear with the definition.

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Oh on the website as opposed to the app. That makes sense, thanks. Happy to let this close now. Thanks again!