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david's really interesting pages | palaeoart, animation and stuff
david's really interesting pages | palaeoart, animation and stuff

ToDo List; anatomy

I’m very much fascinated by this skeletal preparations, the documentation of which allows an understanding of all the soft tissues. So inspired, now all I need is time, my wife’s understanding and a crocodile carcass. Click the image for the good stuff – not for the squeamish, but then, the squeamish don’t visit this blog.

If you know of any other sites like this – particularly if they include reptiles and birds – please let me know!

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Trish says:

Oh, fantastic find! A couple of anatomy sites I have bookmarked include Skullsite: http://www.skullsite.com/index.htm

Bird Wing Database: http://www.ups.edu/x5662.xml

Digimorph: http://digimorph.org/navcommon.phtml

And, of curse, Gaping Maws: http://www.gapingmaws.com/GapingMaws.htm

d maas says:

Thanks, know most of those – gaping maws is a favorite and worthy of a future post about how mouths are often so wrong in paleoart.

Here’s a cool alligator:

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