Phallus / Bear member / Bear genital bone / Bakulum
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Baculum (Latin baculum - stick, staff ; also: os priapi, os penis) - bone formed in the connective tissue of the penis, in varying degrees of development found in 5 orders of mammals: insectivores, bats, rodents, predatory and most primates, with the exception of some monkeys, tarsiers, and humans. So, in rodents, the baculum is fully developed as a true bone, while in some species of pinnipeds it is significantly reduced (from the state of cartilage to complete absence). It is absent in most mammals, numbering three dozen modern orders (according to the classification that distinguishes calluses into a separate order).