If you have to articulate a large whale, this manual is a must. It includes several "how to documents" that can be used to assemble such a big animal. It is based on the engineering done to assemble and suspend a 41-foot Sperm Whale in the Homer High School (Homer, Alaska) as a collaborative project between the Pratt Museum and Homer High. Included are student illustrations of the bones and copies of the finest illustrations of sperm whale bones ever done. The new revision includes more information about cleaning big whale skeletons as well as the engineering details used to articulate and suspend a 37-foot gray whale skeleton.
Printed Manual: 8.5 X 11 inches - card stock cover with a heavy-duty plastic spiral bind. Last revised 2015 - (94 pages)
|catalog type||Gift Shop Inventory|
|scientific class||Class: Mammalia|
|scientific order||Order: Carnivora|
|scientific family||Family: Various Carnivore Products|