The brown bear skeleton completed as a school collaborative project
in Cooper Landing, Alaska
The human hand in this picture belongs to a large man. The bone hand
belongs to an even larger bear.
Now includes
human/bear comparative
illustrations of hand and foot bones
A Guide to Preparing and Assembling a Bear Skeleton or Plantigrade Possibilities
Not a lot of people are going to be articulating bear
skeletons, but if you were ~ this is the manual you would
want. Bear skeletons are fascinating because the anatomy of
a standing bear is so similar to our own. The skinned-out
hands and feet are sometimes turned in as homicide remains.
This manual has detailed illustrations of bear bones,
including all the carpals, and tarsals from the hands and feet.
This is the step by step process once used by a grade school
to do a museum quality skeletal mount of a bear.
(83 pages)

(plus shipping)

(Manuals are 8.5 X 11 inches, soft bound with spiral
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This book was last revised in 2011
Building Bear Bones Manual
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