Animal Models

OSTIKEN™ Disarticulated Dog Limb Skeleton Model

Compare individual canine bones or place them next to human or equine substructures to teach the similarities and differences in mammalian skeletal systems.

Canine substructures are created at thirty-five percent of life size, while our human substructures are created at forty percent and equine substructures at twenty-five percent. This makes them all roughly equal in size. Students can be presented with bones from different species and challenged to identify origin by analyzing structure.

The size of the canine substructures makes them particularly useful for field study.

Most educators order both left and right structures, since comparing the two delivers a powerful lesson in symmetry.  However, either side can be ordered separately.



Ostiken™ Disarticulated Dog Pectoral Skeleton Learning System

ZSA-CA-0060 Left Disarticulated Pectoral Model
ZSA-CA-0070 Right Disarticulated Pectoral Model


Ostiken™ Disarticulated Dog Pelvic Skeleton Learning System

ZSA-CA-0080 Left Disarticulated Pelvic Model
ZSA-CA-0090 Right Disarticulated Pelvic Model



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