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cultcult: “ eelpiee: “ New addition to my collection, Victorian Era human hands.

thewandw:  A new batch of vintage roe deer antlers are now online. All on carved shields and some have crazy looking antlers like these! Just £35 each - www.theweirdandwonderful.com

thewandw: A new batch of vintage roe deer antlers are now online. All on carved shields and some have crazy looking antlers like these! Just £35 each - www.theweirdandwonderful.com

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French woman walks her dog near the Eiffel Tower art illustration artist?

Bat Skeleton

Bat Skeleton

bones

bird, black and white, skeleton (Full Size)

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Shadyufo's Tumblr

Giant Anteater skeleton

Anteater skeleton, Museum of Osteology

lynxdaemonskye submitted: A few days before Christmas, I asked you if you had ever heard of the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City. This ...

With the unique texture of the bird’s bill and hollow beak.

Two-Headed Calf and Skeleton.  This is an absolutely amazing pair of pieces from one specimen: a jet-black two-headed calf mounted for display alongside its own skeleton!

Two-Headed Calf and Skeleton. This is an absolutely amazing pair of pieces from one specimen: a jet-black two-headed calf mounted for display alongside its own skeleton!

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Got a bunch of gorgeous goat and sheep skulls and horns in the other day. I’m keeping that biggest set of horns and I might paint a couple of the skulls but most of them will be up for grabs in my.

Ähnliches Foto

Ähnliches Foto

REAL BONES | Photographer Eiji Yuzawa Official Website

REAL BONES | Photographer Eiji Yuzawa Official Website

Love the mount.

meddling with nature - bisected coyote skull on purple-heart base.

Grizzly skull by eugraikhel on Flickr.

Grizzly skull by eugraikhel on Flickr.

ranetree: dichotomization: A dead bat still hanging from the ceiling of a cave. Interesting fact: When the muscles in a bat’s feet/legs relax, the foot closes. (Contrast to our hands, which open when the controlling muscles relax.) This is why bats can sleep—and die—upside down.

A skeleton of the critically endangered southern bent-wing bat. Their feet are closed when relaxed so when this one died, it remained clinging to the cave roof.

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Before and after whitening. Skull on left is fresh out of the maceration barrel and the skull on the right is drying after its peroxide soak.

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