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0186-00 BONE STRUCTURE MODEL

The 0186-00 BONE STRUCTURE MODEL shows one complete haversian system and a portion of two others in cross-section.

0228-00 SKELETON COVER

The 0228-00 SKELETON COVER is made of heavy-guage duraflex cover with full-length zipper.

Denoyer Geppert - PREM SKLTN W/ COLOR CODED 18 PC TAKE-APART SKULL-SACRAL MOUNT

Snap plugs let your students quickly disassemble the Premier Take-Apart skull into 18 individual elements — then snap them back together again — a hands on learning experience guaranteed to reinforce understanding of the interrelationship of the cranial and facial bones which together comprise the human skull.

Denoyer Geppert - S25 - SUSPENSION STAND-5 LEGGED for SKELETONS

Affordable Five-Leg Suspension Stand positions skeleton directly over center of gravity to prevent tipping.

Denoyer Geppert - S28 - MINI SKELETON 28 INCHES

Proving that good things come in small packages, our remarkably-detailed scaled down replicas of the adult human skeleton are large enough to incorporate essential anatomical details, yet are lightweight and compact enough to be easily manipulated.

Denoyer Geppert - S28X - MINI-SKELETON W/ FLEXIBLE SPINE

Proving that good things come in small packages, our remarkably-detailed scaled down replicas of the adult human skeleton are large enough to incorporate essential anatomical details, yet are lightweight and compact enough to be easily manipulated.

Denoyer Geppert - S54 - PREM SKLTN W/ 18 PC TAKE-APART SKULL-SACRAL MOUNT

Snap plugs let your students quickly disassemble the Premier Take-Apart skull into 18 individual elements — then snap them back together again — a hands on learning experience guaranteed to reinforce understanding of the interrelationship of the cranial and facial bones which together comprise the human skull.

Denoyer Geppert - S54F - PREM SKLTN W/FEMALE PELVIS, 18 PC TAKE-APART SKULL-SACRAL MOUNT

Snap plugs let your students quickly disassemble the Premier Take-Apart skull into 18 individual elements — then snap them back together again — a hands on learning experience guaranteed to reinforce understanding of the interrelationship of the cranial and facial bones which together comprise the human skull.