Love me some Diaphonized specimens.
I totally forgot about this articulation project (he’s been sitting in a pile in my closet) so here’s a little kitty I put together today.
Fetal skeleton preserved in jar from TRAMOND , the label(on top pf the jar), indicating date of May 8th, 1914. The green color is due to oxidation of the copper parts installed at the top of the skull.
New addition to my collection, Victorian Era human hands. Aren’t they beautiful?
Articulated horse and human skeleton. (Via eBay)
Skeleton from a flying lemur.
I got a bunch of skulls for Christmas, and the coolest one has to be this chihuahua. I decided it’d look pretty under one of my glass domes. I think this is my favourite gift.
Some Domestic dogs have so much inbreeding in them, and this skull has a lot of natural defects due to selective/inbreeding. He’s got lots of weird teeth.