Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part



This replica of the human skull is a fantastic tool for teaching and learning the anatomy of the skull. The muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) are shown in color on the left side of the skull. Cranial bones and structures are numbered on the right side. Jaw hinges with spring to simulate real movement. This skull model identifies over 140 anatomical details.

  • High-quality original casts
  • Skull is handmade of hard, unbreakable plastic
  • Highly accurate representation of the fissures, foramina, processes, sutures etc.
  • Can be disassembled into Skull Cap, Base of Skull and Mandible
  • As an option, you can insert a 5-part brain (C 18) into the skull
  • Now with magnetic connections
This high quality skull is a great anatomy teaching tool!

Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part 1

Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part

Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part 2

Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part

Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part 3

Classic Human Skull Model, painted, 3 part


Item No. 1020168 [A23]
Weight 0.706 kg
Dimensions 23.2 x 16.7 x 16.7 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
Previous Item No. 1000055


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