The replica of the human disarticulated skeleton includes one hand and foot on wire one hand and foot loosely articulated. Every other bone of the human skeleton is life-sized and separated. The skulls calvarium is sectioned for a closeup view the jaw is hinged. The sternums intracostal cartilage is attached. The spinal column is strung together on thin nylon string. Consists of 53 total pieces. This disarticulated skeleton is great for any in depth study of the anatomy of the human skeleton.
The didactic version is hand-painted and numbered to show muscle origins in red and muscle insertions in blue on the left side. The disarticulated skeleton bones and bony structures such as fissures foramina and processes are hand-numbered on the right side. The skull is detachable into 3 parts for detailed anatomical study.
Full skeleton features: