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Zoology Models

Zoology models are made from deconstructed skeletal parts or articulately cast reproductions of whole organisms. With precise anatomical details and life-sized proportions, these replicas are great additions to classrooms learning animals both on the structural and organic levels. Functions such as muscle movement, venous connections, and respiratory systems are lain bare on the table for students to pick apart and learn from. The zoology models provide the visual reinforcement of material covered.


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Description:   Compare Tooth Shape based on Diet
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Description:   Compare Skull Structure of Avians with different Diets.
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Description:   Replicas of Hard to Find Skulls.
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Description:   Expand Your Animal Skull Options
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Description:   Gain Greater Understanding Through Comparative Study Of Three Superior Specimens
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Description:   Galapagos Tortoise Skull
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Description:   A Gigantic Frog Skeleton!
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Description:   The Closest Equivalent To Dissection
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Description:   Coyote Skull
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Description:   Life size model of a boney fish, bisected to show inteRNAl organs.
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Description:   Stegosaurus ungulatus, meaning 'roof lizard', dates from the late jurassic period and was first described by Marsh in 1879 based on bones found...
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Description:   Useful for students studying the structure of female rat anatomy showing all inteRNAl parts.

Description:   Early stages of embryo development.
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Description:   Most Detailed, Intricate Rendering Of Earthworm Anatomy Available
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Description:   A highly detailed desk model.
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Description:   The human birthing process in five realistic anatomical models.
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