If you are articulating a bear skeleton this is the manual you would want. Bear skeletons are fascinating because the anatomy of a standing bear is so similar to our own. The skinned-out hands and feet are sometimes turned in as homicide remains. This manual has detailed illustrations of bear bones, including all the carpals, and tarsals from the hands and feet. This is the step by step process once used by a grade school to do a museum quality skeletal mount of a bear.
Printed Manual: 8.5 X 11 inches - card stock cover with a heavy-duty plastic spiral bind. Last revised 2015 - (89 pages)
|catalog type||Gift Shop Inventory|
|scientific class||Class: Mammalia|
|scientific order||Order: Carnivora|
|scientific family||Family: Felidae|
|scientific genus||Genus: Panthera|
|scientific species||Species: tigris|