Admit it, when there is a skeleton of any kind in a room, your eyes go right to it. Plus, they're much more fun to put together than battleships. This molded, 24-piece velociraptor skeleton kit needs no painting or glueing, will be approx 25-1/2" long x 10-1/4" tall when complete and will stand in a nicely menacing pose on an 11-3/4" x 8-1/2" base.
The human body is a puzzle, really. Get a head-start on anatomy class with one of these anatomically correct breakaway models in authentically colored plastic with detailed cross-sections. Pick the 2" tall, 7-piece eyeball; the 3-1/2" tall, 6-piece human heart; or the 3-3/8" tall, 6-piece rubber and plastic human head/skull/brain. All stand on 3" square bases.
A collection of 11” x 14” top quality medical charts. They cover topics such as organs: “Eye” or “Skin”, systems: “Digestive” or “Female Reproductive” and disease or conditions such as: “Cancer” and “Obesity”. They are on heavy coated paper suitable for putting up in, say, a classroom where they would be excellent teaching aids. Most are overruns that are imprinted with the name of a drug at the bottom and were distributed as part of a promotion. A few have misspelling misprints. Because of varying quantities and a horrendous sorting problem, we cannot give you the luxury of picking your favorites from a long list. We also have (2) large (20" x 26") wall charts, one on hypertension and one on the male reproductive system.
This skeleton is actually used in medical
and other schools for teaching. The bones are plastic, but other than
that it's as realistic and anatomically correct as they come. The
ready-to-use skeleton is mounted with a 360° swivel at the pelvis from a
heavy-duty metal rod on a stand base with castors. It has a skull with a
removable section, hinged jaw and (2) removable teeth; plastic zippered
dust cover; and stainless steel wire, brackets and wing nut assembly
for long life. It's articulated at all joints except the spine, so you
can demonstrate flexion/extension, or merely pose it in a debonair
posture. Size: 5' 6" tall. Weight: 23 lbs.
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An eye way, way bigger than life-size, in fact. Our PVC scale model of the human eyeball breaks away into sections so you can see the inside, with blood vessels and musculature. Approx 5-3/4" dia on a removable 5-3/4" dia x 3" tall stand. Stands 9" tall OA and comes with a fact sheet. It's an optometric/opthalmological/biology lab must-have, but it would make a distinctive and colorful objet d'biologie on anyone's mantel.
A fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy. You'll want to make house room, or classroom room, for this nice budget skull in molded bone-colored plastic, about 8" diagonally from chin to back of cranium, with a handy removable and latching cranium and a spring-loaded jaw. Comes complete with a full set of teeth, (3) removable plus three spares-(2) lower front and (1) molar.
You're not going to blow money on an actual human skeleton, are you? Consider that for a tenth of the price you can get an anatomically accurate skeleton done in plastic. This model is male (judging by the hips) and has many articulated joints-jaw, shoulder, knee, etc. Its small size (33") makes it practical for classroom use, since it can be passed around the room. Other nice touches include discrete neck vertebrae, a sectioned skull, and very little "flash" from the plastic molds. It also comes with a metal display stand, weighted at the bottom to prevent spills. Yes, some concessions had to be made because of the size and price, but this is still an invaluable teaching tool, and quite a nice decoration for those with morbid minds.
Just like your own, but in rubber instead of bone. Our super realistic, anatomically correct skeletal hand and foot models are great for a medical office, anatomy lab, art studio, Halloween party, or just to add a little orthopizzazz to your living room all year long. You choose the right hand and wrist, 8” long on a 4-1/4” square base with a detailed diagram of dorsal and plantar views; or the equally detailed right foot and ankle, also 8” long on a square base with the same views diagrammed. From United Scientific Supplies, Inc.
Sounds like a soup ingredient, looks like the world’s most dangerous frisbee, but it’s yours for less than the price of a 12-piece bucket of chicken with sides. This is a mock-turtle skeleton, and while we can’t vouch for its anatomical accuracy, it’s a honey of a wall hanger or paperweight at approx 14” x 13” x 3” tall, in bronzed and faux-gilded poly-resin. University of Maryland foes will especially love this.
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