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Owl Skeleton by Rhabwar-Troll-stock on deviantART

This skeleton shows the different bones unique to the avian specie. Parts of the spine are fused together and the wings have a different attachment to the shoulder.

Partial skeleton of a mother and fetal fruit bat.

Partial skeleton of a mother and fetal fruit bat

buy-skulls: “ With a job like this, you never know what you will come across next… this is a partial skeleton of a mother and fetal fruit bat! We will be doing a complete articulation of the pair.


A chameleon skeleton. Wow, one of the most beautiful skeletons I have ever seen

Tortoise skeleton

biomedicalephemera: “ European Tortoise Retreating into Shell Despite what your childhood cartoons told you, turtles and tortoises can’t actually “take off” their shells…the shells are an integral.

The Terrifying Beauty Of Xenomorph AKA  Adult-Teeth-Pushing- Out-The-Baby-Teeth: Shown Here On Real Human Skull

Child's skull with baby teeth and adult teeth, Hunterian Museum, London. Until I saw this, I never thought of what was going on in a skull of a child about to get their adult teeth.


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Sumatran rhino skeleton from Museum of Osteology.

Sumatran rhinos are the smallest of the living rhinos, weighing between and pounds, and standing between feet tall at the shoulder. This is the worlds most endangered rhino, suffering from deforestation and poaching for it's horn.