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Classic Skull 3-part - Anatomical Model
 
Classic Skull 3-part
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Classic Skull 3-part - Anatomical Model
This anatomical model of the human skull in a 3-part version is an excellent choice for teaching and learning basic anatomy. It includes the cut-away calvarium, remaining skull and detachable mandible (jaw bone).

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