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ABOUT QUALITY & DETAIL OF OUR HUMAN SKELETONS

any characteristics distinguish our human skeletal reproductions from others, but primarily it is the
detailed retention of the organic elements of bone that are essential for advanced study. Such detail
includes sites for muscle and ligament attachments, small landmarks such as nutrient foramina, fine detail
such as that required by forensic investigators (for example, the pubic symphysis), and accurate weight.
Our aim is to create a reproduction that is virtually indistinguishable from the original. In fact, as real
human skeletons have become difficult and costly to obtain, Bone Clones skeletons are being used as an
alternative to real bone.
Casting from originals that present diverse osteological characteristics, each Bone Clones skeleton cast
is hand-made from start to finish. The process involves many steps. It is our belief that no single step is
more important than any other; from the selection and preparation of the original specimen to making the
mold, casting, finishing, and articulating the piece, each step is performed with meticulous care.
In addition to devoting the time it takes to assure the finest quality and accuracy, we offer a unique
selection of replicated human skeletons that include three different fetal, child, and adult skeletons. We
recently added the skeleton of an adolescent and a skeleton that captures the complex osteological
evidence of dwarfism. In pursuit of providing models that medical and forensic professionals are interested
in, we continually evaluate our product line to determine how we can enhance it and in what way we can
contribute further.
Bone Clones is a trademark of Bone Clones, Inc. Our trademark is a guarantee that a great deal of care
and thought has gone into the development and production of each cast.
We wish to thank our employees, who show uncommon dedication in the pursuit of excellence for Bone Clones

David Kronen

one Clones, Inc. has been in the forefront of the progress made in the casting of skulls, and skeletons
and other natural history material. The appearance and detail is so realistic, the material so durable,
and the selection so extensive and varied that museum directors around the world are conceiving
displays that would not have been entertained a decade ago. Bone Clones are playing a significant role
in museum exhibits and becoming a part of the modern collections of these museums.

Museum of Man
Oct 2010 to Oct 2011
Strange Bones: Curiosities of the
Human Skeleton will focus on how the
human skeleton is extremely interesting
and adaptable, and the many strange,
odd, and curious things that happen
to our skeletons. The exhibition
will highlight examples of skeletal
curiosities, bone remodeling (Wolffs law
of bone transfiguration), and adaptation.
Themes or sections will include: bone
biology (normal bone growth and
development);
skeletal
congenital
anomalies (bone abnormalities some
people are born with); diseases that
disfigure the skeleton; strange healing
patterns of traumatic injuries; and
cultural modification of the skeleton
and teeth. The Museum of Man has a
world-renowned collection of skeletal
pathology which will be highlighted in
this exhibit. However, our collection
will also be supplemented with loaned
specimens
from
other
scientific
institutions. Strange Bones will definitely
have great human interest appeal,
and will teach our visitors about the
biological forces behind certain skeletal
diseases and disfiguration.
Tori D. Randall
Curator, Department of
Physical Anthropology
San Diego Museum of Man

San Diego Museum of Mans permanent exhibit, Footsteps Through Time: Four Million Years of Human
Evolution, is designed to engage visitors of all ages in a 65 million-year journey through time. Bone
Clones casts assist in documenting the evolution of primates from Lucy to Neanderthal to Homo
sapiens. Visitors are also able to compare brain, femur, hand and foot size of various living primates,
including humans. Visit their website: www.museumofman.org/exhibit/footsteps-through-time-fourmillion-years-human-evolution

Bone Clones On Exhibit

(To name a few)

Max-Planck Institut Field Museum American Museum of Natural History (New York)
Apenheul Primate Park (Netherlands) Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach)
Amici del Museo di Scienze Naturali Associazione Didattica Museale
Musee De La Civilisation (Canada) Museo del Desierto Museo Nacional de Ciencias (Spain)
National Museums Liverpool Natural History Museum Vienna
Natural History Museum (UK) Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History Academy of Taxidermy
Ashoro Museum of Paleontology Croatian Natural History Museum Hayashibara Museum of Natural Sciences
The Senckenberg Natural History Museum
Maxwell Museum Museum of Man New York Hall of Science
California Academy of Sciences Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology
Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Royal Tyrrell Museum (Canada)
Smithsonian Institution/National Museum of Natural History

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EXHIBITS

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Bone Clones, Inc. offers an array


of products in the following areas:
Fossil Hominids:
A collection of recreations that represents the
most important finds and time periods of hominid
evolution, including Ardipithecus ramidus,
Australopithecus afarensis (skull and skeleton),
A. africanus, A. boisei, H. ergaster (skull and
skeleton), Homo erectus (Peking Man), and H.
neanderthalensis (skull and skeleton), among
others. We also offer a web-based reference tool
for our hominid series that provides a 360 degree
view of each skull.

Human Anatomy:
A large selection of human skulls and skeletons
ranging from prenatal to elderly, including sex
and ancestry differences. Bone Clones offers the
worlds only fetal osteology reference set to span
the intrauterine growth period from 13 weeks
to full term. Available also are several skulls
designed to teach advanced anatomy. These
include calvarium cut, sagittal cut, disarticulated
and color-coded skulls.

Extant Animals:
An impressive collection of skulls, skeletons,
talons, horns, and teeth of animals including
great apes, lesser primates, modern cats, bears,
birds, dogs, sharks, reptiles, amphibians, hippos,
rhinos, giraffes, marine mammals and other small
mammals.

Extinct Animals:
A fascinating array of skulls and skeletons that
includes sabertooth cats, the cave bear, the shortfaced bear, the elephant bird, the mammoth, the
sarcosuchus, thoosuchus, and the dire wolf.

Forensic Science:
A collection of rare specimens, carefully selected
by experts in forensic science. Enhanced by
licenses to cast from originals in both the San
Diego Museum of Man and the Maxwell Museum
of Anthropology, this includes skeletal elements
affected by trauma (e.g., blunt, sharp, firearms
injuries) or pathology (e.g., arthritis, scoliosis,
scaphocephaly).

This catalog features products


currently available.
For additional information on these
and new products, check our
website regularly

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PRODUCTS

ach year for the past seventeen, our company has been engaged in exploring ways in which
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Bone Clones can contribute to the dissemination of information contained in the skeletal remains of
humans and animals. A hallmark of our company has been to continually create and innovate.
Beginning with an extensive section of human casts, this 2011-2012 catalog is organized in taxonomic
order. Along the way you will find casts of fossil hominids, great apes, lesser primates, felids, canids, mammals of the New World and Old World, birds, reptiles, fossils, sharks & fish. Some of the categories, like
Homo sapiens, consist of several subcategories, such as adult and juvenile anatomy, forensics, age and
ancestry comparisons, and advanced medical skulls and skeletons.

Human......................pp 02-35

Primates...................pp 50-65

Felids (Cats) ............pp 66-67

Fossil Cats.................pp 68-71

Canids (Dogs), Misc...pp 72-73

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Fossil Hominid..........pp 36-49

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Old World & New pp 74-83, 87

Marine ........................pp 84-86

Birds...........................pp 88-95

Reptiles.......................pp 96-99

Fossils ...................pp 100-105

Sharks..................... pp 106-108

Fish.................................. p 108

Teeth, Claws,
Talons, and Misc.... pp 109-113
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Whats New In This Catalog


he first half of our catalog concentrates on Bone Clones of primates: humans, hominins, apes, and lesser primates. ExT
panding on all aspects of primate anatomy, we have added several new skeletons and offer many postcranial parts. Based on
feedback from our customers who teach anatomy and anthropology, we produce casts that are essential in demonstrating certain
structures of the skeleton, variations and conditions of bone, comparisons from one species to another, evidence of adaptations
to environment.
The second half of our catalog contains a large selection of Bone Clones of animals, both extinct and extant. Many regions of
the New and the Old world, as well as many species, are represented. Some of the newest zoological Bone Clones are shown
here, and others can be found beginning on page 66.

Scarlet Macaw Skull BC-310 See P. 92

Aardvark Skull
BC-308....................................$195.00

Tiger Shark Jaw


BC-309 See P. 108

Tiger Shark Jaw Detail


BC-309 See P. 108

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Horse Front Leg, Assembled,


with Scapula on Base
SC-125-67-AS See P. 78

Ardipithecus ramidus
Skeleton ARA-VP-6/500, (4.4 MYA)
SC-039 Skeleton / See P. 47 for further information

We thank the following institutions for use of original materials for casting
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Babiarz Institute of Paleontological Studies, Inc. Black Hills Institute of Geological Research
Charleston Museum Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology Dr. Ralph Holloway Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History
Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Philadelphia Zoo San Diego Museum of Man San Diego Natural History Museum San Diego Zoo
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Museum of Osteology The Estate of Grover Krantz The National Aquarium
Triebold Paleontology U.C. Davis Anatomical Donation Program

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BH-038 Sawyer/Tattersall Peking Man

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ne Clones, Inc has been granted exclusive license to reproduce and market the reconstruction of Peking Man, Homo erectus (also known as Pithecanthropus pekinensis (Sinanthropus) made by Gary J. Sawyer and Ian Tattersall. Combining casts made from the original fragments found in the caves
at Zhoukoudian, China, they were able to reconstruct what has become the
definitive Peking Man skull image.
Presented with the unique opportunity to cast and distribute this important
hominid skull, reconstructed from original materials by two eminent experts in
their fields, we are pleased to add Bone Clones BH-038 Sawyer/Tattersall
Peking Man to our series of skulls in the evolution of man. See page 45 for
more details.

Homo habilis OH-8, Foot


3 L, 2 W, 1 H
KO-242.........................$162.00

See page 45

Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481,


Femur and Partial Tibia 1.89 MYA
femur 15 , partial tibia 4
KO-211-PR...................$185.00

BH-005 skull of Peking Man has been discontinued

Homo erectus KNM-ER 1481, Femur


15
KO-211.........................$136.00

Thank you to our invaluable consultants.


Terrie Mathis, Ph.D., Research & Writing
Evan Matshes, M.D., Osteology
Karen Ramey Burns, Ph.D., Forensic Anthropology
Yoshio Ito, Ph.D., Anatomy

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Late Additions

rom Madagascar, the Indri is the largest of all modern prosimians and may reach
a length of 4 feet with its legs extended. They live in trees and are climbers and
jumpers. Their skeleton shows evidence of strong, muscular legs and long limbs
which facilitate moving from tree to tree. The log shown here is a cast and is supplied
with the articulated skeleton. We are grateful to the Harvard Museum of Comparative
Zoology for lending us this remarkable specimen.
Indri Lemur Skeleton, Articulated
Indri indri

26 L, 7 W, 17 H, included resin log 4 diameter, 27 L

SC-282-A..$2,900.00

Indri Lemur Skeleton, Disarticulated


Indri indri

SC-282-D..$2,400.00

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Human Analysis Reports


nformative evaluation reports are available for most of our human skeletons, skulls and some postcranial items. These reports
Iforensic
were prepared by Evan Matshes, M.D., co-author of Human Osteology and Skeletal Radiology, or Karen Ramey Burns, Ph.D.,
anthropologist and author of Forensic Anthropology Training Manual.
The reports contain sections regarding general characteristics of the specimen, as well as sections concerning the age, sex and
race of the skull or skeleton, with a clear indication of the non-metric measures that went into the determination (or inability to
make a determination) of such. Pathologic or traumatic features are also assessed.
A listing of reports available can be found on our website under the Human Analysis Reports category. A printed version of the
4-8 page report is sent with each Bone Clones purchased for which a report exists.

Female Chimpanzee Pelvis and Femur


Pan troglodytes
KO-187-PF............ &$259.00

Comparative Pectoral Bones


COMP-111............. &$850.00

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one Clones are an excellent alternative to natural


bone skulls and skeletons. We are very selective in the
originals we cast from, and concentrate on retaining the
organic elements that are essential for study.
Our custom formulated polyurethane resin, developed by us at
inception in 1993, simulates bone detail, weight and appearance.
An outstanding feature of our skulls is the enamel finish of the
teeth, which are poured separately and from a different material
than the bone material. These details, while time consuming,
were developed to achieve the incomparable realism of our
product.
In this catalog you will find an extensive selection of human
skulls ranging from prenatal to elderly and covering sex and
ancestry differences, as well as trauma and pathology.
More durable than natural bone, these are absolutely the finest
models available for teaching.

Human Female
American Indian

Human Male
Australian Aboriginal

7 L, 5 W, 6 H

8 L, 5 W, 8 H

BC-213..... $245.00

BC-031..... $220.00

Human Female Asian


Economy

Human Male African

Human Female Asian

Human Male Asian

7 L, 4 W, 6 H

8 L, 5 W, 5 H

8 L, 5 W, 8 H

BC-110..... $210.00

BC-149..... $210.00

BC-016..... $210.00

6 L, 4 W, 6 H

BC-059E... $135.00

Human Female European

Human Male European

7 L, 4 W, 6 H

7 L, 5 W, 7 H

Human Female
African-American

Human Male
African-American

BC-133..... $210.00

BC-107..... $210.00

8 L, 5 W, 6 H

9 L, 5 W, 7 H

BC-178..... $220.00

BC-203..... $220.00

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Human Male Asian

Human Female Asian

Human Male Polynesian

8 L, 5 W, 6 H

8 L, 4 W, 6 H

8 L, 5 W, 8 H

Human Male Asian,


Robust

BC-253..... $210.00

BC-211..... $210.00

BC-302..... $290.00

8 L, 6 W, 6 H

BC-287..... $239.00

Our production techniques have allowed us to represent the following patent foramina in calvarium
cut skulls and remain economical: optic canal, superior orbital fissure, inferior orbital fissure,
foramen rotundum, foramen ovale, foramen lacerum, jugular foramen, hypoglossal canal, carotid
canal. BC-150 and BC-212, which are part of our Advanced Anatomy Category, have even greater
detail than the others. For more products in the Advanced Anatomy category, see pp. 19-24.

About
Calvarium
Cut Skulls

Human Female European,


Calvarium Cut

Human Male European,


Calvarium Cut

Human Adolescent,
Calvarium Cut

Human 5-year-old Child,


Calvarium Cut

7 L, 4 W, 6 H

7 L, 5 W, 6 H

8 L, 5 W, 6 H

6 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-150..... $249.00

BC-212..... $249.00

BC-305..... $259.00

BC-188..... $249.00

Storage Bag for Skulls


Grey flannel with braided cord.
Fits all human, fossil hominid,
primate skulls, and more.
12 x 18

BA-100......... $7.50

Plastic Carrying Case


Black corrugated plastic skull
case which requires easy four-flap
assembly and handle insertion.
Functional storage and carrying
case at an economical price.
10 1/2 x 9 x 8

S-81............ $29.00

Human Fetal Skull, 40


weeks, Calvarium Cut

Human 1-year-old Child,


Calvarium Cut

4 L , 3 W, 3 H

6 L, 4 W, 4 H

BC-281..... $195.00

BC-280..... $249.00

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MODERN MAN AND


NEANDERTHAL WALKING

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his skeleton is exemplary of an extremely muscular body. The deltoid tuberosities are large and the humeral
torsion is impressive. All of the bones are very dense. Educators may want to use this skeleton, along with
a more gracile male skeleton, to demonstrate the range of male forms and the changes that can take place
with increased muscle mass. The skull displays traits overwhelmingly associated with maleness. These include a
massive jaw, square chin, large supraorbital ridge, large mastoid processes, and projecting occipital protuberance.
The estimated age of upper 20s (range 23-35) is based on the fact that developmental changes are complete but
degenerative changes have barely begun.

Human Male Asian, Robust


8 L, 6 W, 6 H

BC-287...............................$239.00

Human Male Asian Skeleton, Robust, Disarticulated


5 6 tall SC-287-D....................$1,350.00

Human Male Asian Skeleton, Robust, Articulated


5 6 tall. Stand included SC-287-A.............$2,150.00

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ROBUST SKELETON

Human Male Skeleton, Postcranial


Clavicle................................................ SC-092-01................................$20.00
Hyoid.................................................... SC-092-02................................$35.00
Scapula................................................ SC-092-04................................$85.00
Sternum............................................... SC-092-05................................$52.00
Vertebra, cervical, single................... SC-092-10................................$20.00
Cervical verts set of 7........................ SC-092-14C...........................$132.00
Vertebra, thoracic single.................... SC-092-20................................$20.00
Thoracic verts, set of 12.................... SC-092-26T............................$228.00
Vertebra, lumbar single...................... SC-092-30................................$20.00
Verts, Lumbar, set of 5....................... SC-092-31L..............................$95.00
Set of 3 cervical, thoracic, lumbar.......... SC-092-10-SET........................$56.00
Vertebral Column................................ SC-092-31S...........................$390.00
Rib T-1.................................................. SC-092-33C.............................$18.00
Rib T-12................................................ SC-092-33L..............................$18.00
Rib T-6.................................................. SC-092-33T..............................$18.00
Full Ribs, Set of 24 ............................ SC-092-56S...........................$390.00
Pelvis, articulated............................... KO-093-P...............................$140.00
Pelvis, disarticulated . ....................... KO-093-PD............................$198.00
Innominate.......................................... SC-092-57................................$75.00
Sacrum................................................ SC-092-77................................$48.00
Coccyx................................................. SC-092-59A.............................$15.00
Humerus.............................................. KO-092-H.................................$56.00
Radius.................................................. SC-092-61................................$40.00
Ulna...................................................... SC-092-62................................$40.00
Femur................................................... SC-092-F..................................$56.00
Patellas (pair)...................................... SC-092-72................................$36.00
Tibia..................................................... SC-092-69................................$45.00
Fibula................................................... SC-092-70................................$36.00
Thorax Assembly................................ SC-092-76..............................$145.00
Set of 23 Vertebral Discs.................... SC-092-78................................$90.00

Human Male Skeleton, Articulated

Set of 5 Hyoids

6 feet tall. Stand included.

Includes modern humans and Neanderthal

SC-092-A............... &...........$2,150.00

KO-111-SET.......... &$165.00

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Hand
Foot
Disarticulated
H-04-M...... $145.00

Semi-articulated
H-03-M...... $115.00

Articulated, Rigid Premium Flexible


H-02-M...... $135.00 H-01-M...... $189.00

Disarticulated
F-04-M...... $145.00

Semi-articulated
F-03-M...... $115.00

Articulated, Rigid Premium Flexible


F-02-M...... $135.00 F-01-M...... $189.00

Set of 32 Human Adult


Male Teeth
KO-164-SET......................&$295.00
Human Male Skeleton,
Disarticulated

Human Male Half Skeleton,


Disarticulated with
Calvarium Cut Skull BC-212
Skeleton provided with one hand and
one foot completely disarticulated.

Skeleton provided with one hand and one


foot rigidly articulated and one hand and one
foot completely disarticulated. All postcranial
parts available separately.

SC-092-DH.........................$904.00

SC-092-D............... &......................$1,350.00

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Human Female Skeleton, Postcranial


Clavicle................................................ SC-211-01................................ $20.00
Hyoid.................................................... SC-211-02................................ $35.00
Scapula................................................ SC-211-04................................ $85.00
Sternum............................................... SC-211-05................................ $52.00
Vertebra, cervical, single................... SC-211-10................................ $20.00
Cervical verts set of 7........................ SC-211-14C........................... $132.00
Vertebra, thoracic single.................... SC-211-20................................ $20.00
Thoracic verts, set of 12.................... SC-211-26T........................... $228.00
Vertebra, lumbar single...................... SC-211-30................................ $20.00
Verts, Lumbar, set of 5....................... SC-211-31L............................. $95.00
Set of 3- cervical, thoracic, lumbar......... SC-211-10-SET....................... $56.00
Vertebral Column................................ SC-211-31S........................... $390.00
Rib T-1................................................. SC-211-33C............................. $18.00
Rib T-12............................................... SC-211-33L............................. $18.00
Rib T-6................................................. SC-211-33T............................. $18.00
Full Ribs, Set of 24 . .......................... SC-211-56S........................... $390.00
Pelvis Female, articulated................. SC-211-103-A........................ $140.00
Pelvis Female, disarticulated............ SC-211-103-D........................ $198.00
Innominate.......................................... SC-211-57................................ $75.00
Sacrum................................................ SC-211-77................................ $48.00
Coccyx................................................. SC-211-59A............................. $15.00
Humerus.............................................. SC-211-H................................. $56.00
Radius.................................................. SC-211-61................................ $40.00
Ulna...................................................... SC-211-62................................ $40.00
Femur................................................... SC-211-F................................. $56.00
Patellas (pair)...................................... SC-211-72................................ $36.00
Tibia..................................................... SC-211-69................................ $45.00
Fibula................................................... SC-211-70................................ $36.00
Thorax Assembly................................ SC-211-76.............................. $145.00
Set of 23 Vertebral Discs................... SC-211-78................................ $90.00

Premium Skeleton Case


Human Female Skeleton, Articulated
5 feet tall. Stand included.

SC-211-A................................$2,150.00

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Skeleton Case
Corrugated Plastic

Accommodates a Bone Clones


disarticulated skeleton or 6
skulls. Hard case construction
with black vinyl covering.
26 L, 15 W, 8 H

Accommodates a Bone Clones


disarticulated skeleton or 6 skulls.
Light weight and economical.
26 L, 15 W, 8 H

S-16.............................$189.00

S-93...............................$89.00

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Hand
Foot
Premium Flexible Articulated, Rigid Semi-articulated Disarticulated
H-01-F...... $189.00 H-02-F...... $135.00 H-03-F...... $115.00 H-04-F...... $145.00
Premium Flexible Articulated, Rigid Semi-articulated Disarticulated
F-01-F....... $189.00 F-02-F....... $135.00 F-03-F....... $115.00 F-04-F....... $145.00

1.

2.

Human Female Skeleton,


Disarticulated
Skeleton provided with one hand and one foot
rigidly articulated and one hand and one foot
completely disarticulated. All postcranial parts
available separately.

SC-211-D............... &...$1,350.00
1. Human Female Half Skeleton,
Disarticulated with
Calvarium Cut Skull BC-150
Skeleton provided with one hand and
one foot completely disarticulated.

SC-211-DH............ &......$904.00
2. Human Female Teeth, Mandible & Maxilla
KO-191-018.................&$290.00

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Adolescent Skeleton, Postcranial


Clavicle................................................ SC-301-01.......................................... $30.00
Hyoid.................................................... SC-301-HY......................................... $52.50
Scapula................................................ SC-301-02........................................ $127.50
Sternum............................................... SC-301-03.......................................... $78.00
Vertebra, cervical, single................... SC-301-08.......................................... $30.00
Cervical verts set of 7........................ SC-301-07-SET................................ $198.00
Vertebra, thoracic single.................... SC-301-06.......................................... $30.00
Thoracic verts, set of 12.................... SC-301-12-SET................................ $342.00
Vertebra, lumbar single...................... SC-301-10.......................................... $30.00
Verts, Lumbar, set of 5....................... SC-301-05-SET................................ $142.50
Set of 3- cervical, thoracic, lumbar......... SC-301-11-SET.................................. $84.00
Vertebral Column................................ SC-301-24........................................ $585.00
Rib T-1................................................. SC-301-09.......................................... $27.00
Rib T-12............................................... SC-301-14.......................................... $27.00
Rib T-6................................................. SC-301-13.......................................... $27.00
Full Ribs, Set of 24............................. SC-301-15-SET................................ $585.00
Pelvis, articulated............................... SC-301-PA........................................ $210.00
Pelvis, disarticulated.......................... SC-301-PD....................................... $297.00
Human Adolescent Skeleton,
Articulated

Innominate.......................................... SC-301-57.........................................$112.50

60 tall. Stand included

SC-301-A......$3,225.00

Sacrum (including coccyx)................ SC-301-20.......................................... $72.00


Humerus.............................................. SC-301-04.......................................... $84.00
Radius.................................................. SC-301-16.......................................... $60.00
Ulna...................................................... SC-301-17.......................................... $60.00
Femur................................................... SC-301-21.......................................... $84.00
Patellas (pair)...................................... SC-301-72.......................................... $27.00
Tibia..................................................... SC-301-18.......................................... $67.50
Fibula with epiphysis......................... SC-301-19.......................................... $54.00
Thorax Assembly................................ SC-301-TX........................................ $217.50
Set of 23 Vertebral Discs................... SC-301-78........................................ $135.00

Human Adolescent Skull


8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-301 $210.00

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ristine examples of adolescent skeletons are rare finds in teaching


collections. After much searching, Bone Clones has acquired an excellent example of an adolescent skeleton. The developing skeleton
is very different from adult skeletons -- the numerous ossification centers
and growth plates can dramatically change the appearance of individual
bones. Learning how to assess and gauge the degree of skeletal maturation is a very basic but critical skill for students of anatomy. Thus, having
such a specimen available for laboratory teaching purposes is invaluable.
Furthermore, as even the busiest forensic osteologists and anthropologists
only rarely encounter the skeletonized remains of adolescents, this specimen may serve as a useful reference tool during the evaluation of individual
cases. The totality of features of this specimen, including those of the skull,
dentition, epiphyseal union and bone length, suggests an age between 15
and 18 years. While race and sex cannot be reliably determined on subadult
remains, the features of race of this individual are overwhelmingly Asian.
Sexual attributes are suggestive but not diagnostic of male sex.

2.

3.

1.

1. Human Adolescent
Skeleton, Disarticulated
SC-301-D............... &$2,025.00
2. Human Adolescent
Half Skeleton,
Disarticulated with BC-305
Calvarium Cut Skull
Skeleton provided with
one hand and one foot
completely disarticulated

SC-301-DH............ &$1,420.00
3. Human Adolescent
Skull Calvarium Cut
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-305.....................$259.00

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1.

2.

About Child Skulls

3.

he preferred method for estimating


the age at time of death is dental
morphology. The appearance of
particular bones, the fusion of others, as
well as the length of long bones, are also
important indicators of age.
For the sake of simplicity, we refer to these
skulls by a specific age. We realize that it
is not possible to attribute so particular an
age to a skull and that assigning a range
may be much more accurate. In fact, such
a range has been assigned to each skull
in a report prepared by Evan Matshes,
M.D. and co-author of Human Osteology
and Skeletal Radiology. These reports are
available on the website and to all who
purchase the associated product.

4.

For additional information, please see


www.boneclones.com/human-analysis-reports.htm

1. 4-month-old Child
5 " L, 4 " W, 4 " H

5.

BC-256.................. &..................$210.00

6.

2. 1-year-old Child, Calvarium Cut


6" L, 4 " W, 4 " H

BC-280.................. &..................$249.00
3. 1-year-old Child
6" L , 4 " W, 4 " H

BC-274.................. &..................$210.00
4. 14-month-old Child
5 " L, 4 " W, 4 " H

BC-187.................. &..................$210.00
5. 15-month-old Child
6" L, 4 " W, 5 " H

BC-111................... &..................$210.00
6. 16-month-old Child

7.

6 " L, 5" W, 5" H

8.

BC-209.................. &..................$210.00
7. 18-month-old Child
6 " L, 4 " W, 5" H

BC-216.................. &..................$210.00
8. 2-year-old Child
6 " L, 4 " W, 5 " H

BC-275.................. &..................$210.00

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CHILD SKULLS

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9.

10.

About
Deciduous Teeth

his beautifully cast model replica of


an entire set of deciduous, (juvenile)
teeth are of a 4-year-old child. No
adult teeth are present. The evaluation of
skeletonized remains from children can be
challenging, particularly when fragmented
or co-mingled with the remains of other
children, and sometimes, adults. Having
a solid understanding of tooth anatomy
and morphologic differences present between adult and child tooth forms can be
very important.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

Human male and female teeth available.


See pages 7, 9, and 109.

9. 4-year-old Child Deciduous Teeth,


Set of 20
KO-247-SET......... &..................$290.00
10. 4-year-old Child
7" L, 4 " W, 5" H

BC-247.................. &..................$210.00
11. 3-year-old Child
6 " L, 4 " W, 5 " H

BC-210.................. &..................$210.00
12. 6-year-old Child
7" L, 4 " W, 5 " H

BC-268.................. &..................$210.00
13. 8-year-old Child
7 " L, 5" W, 5 " H

BC-276.................. &..................$210.00
14. 9-year-old Child
7 " L, 5" W, 5 " H

BC-277.................. &..................$210.00
15. 12-year-old Child,
Dentition Exposed
7" L, 4" W, 6" H

BC-135.................. &..................$249.00
16. 13-year-old Child
7 " L, 5" W, 5 " H

BC-270.................. &..................$210.00

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Human Five
Year Old
Skeleton

The entire skeleton SC-116


5-year-old child was found
in Morocco and is dated
to 8,000 years ago.

5-year-old Child Skeletons,


Comparative Modern
and Archaic
Stands included

COMP-183............. &$3,600.00
5-year-old Child Skeleton,
Archaic, Articulated
32 " tall Stand included

SC-116-A............... &$1,950.00
5-year-old Child Skeleton,
Modern, Articulated
37" tall Stand included

SC-183-A............... &$1,950.00
2. 5-year-old Child,
Archaic
6 L, 4 W, 6 H

BC-116...........$210.00
3. 5-year-old Child,
Calvarium Cut
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-188.........$249.00
4. 5-year-old Child,
Dentition Exposed,
Calvarium Cut
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-183...........$289.00
5. 5-year-old Child,
Dentition Exposed
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-189...........$249.00
6. 5-year-old Child
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-190.......$210.00

2.

3.

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CHILD SKULLS
AND SKELETONS

4.

5.

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6.

1.

3.

4.

2.

1. 5-year-old Child,
Half Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-183-DH...................$789.00

3. 5-year-old Child Flexible Vertebral Column


with Sacrum & Coccyx on Stand

2. 5-year-old
Child Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-183-D............... &...$1,250.00

4. 5-year-old Child Flexible


Vertebral Column with Pelvis on Stand

15 H

KO-323.........................................$620.00

16 " H

KO-324.........................................$690.00

Human Archaic and


Modern Child
Comparative Set
Pelvis, femur and humerus
from archaic 5-year-old
(Moroccan) and modern
5-year-old child.

COMP-106.............$425.00
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one Clones produces a series of Child Skulls and Skeletons that provides excellent examples of ages ranging from
age of 4 months through adolescence. We produce specimens with visible underlying dentition, appropriate for all
dents learning about tooth development and eruption patterns, as well as with the calvarium cut, enabling the study of
endocranium. In addition to the skulls, we offer the skeleton of a 14 to 16-month-old, a 5-year-old (both modern and archaic),
an adolescent.
1.

2.

3.

1. 14 to 16-month-old
Child Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-187-D.......$1,250.00

2. 14 to 16-month-old
Child Half Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-187-DH......$789.00

3. 14 to 16-month-old
Child Skeleton,
Articulated, Rigid
25 tall. Stand included

SC-187-A......$1,950.00

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14 TO 16-MONTH
CHILD SKELETON

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the
stuthe
and

his resource (designed to flex at the joints and neck) will


enable educators to physically demonstrate the impact
gravity has on the underdeveloped/immature human skeleton. Educators can show positional deformation, thereby illustrating the impact of poor supportive positioning and the potential
for associated lifelong morbidity. This models anatomic accuracy
provides the visual and functional evidence necessary to positively impact clinical practice in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Human Fetal Skeleton, 32 weeks, Flexible


16 tall

SC-226-A............... &............................$789.00

Human Fetal Full Term Cranial Set:


Sphenoid, Ethmoid & Temporal Bones in Plastic Case
KO-186-020-SET... &.........................................$345.00

1.

2.

1. Fetal Skeleton,
Articulated, Rigid

3.

An excellently detailed 32-week-old


human fetal skeleton. The specimen comes with a display stand,
as shown.
15 tall. Stand included

SC-181-A............... &......$649.00
2. Fetal Skeleton, Full Term,
Articulated
16 tall. Stand included

SCM-186-A...............&$1,950.00
This excellent skeleton of a
full term fetus is remarkable
for its completeness. Each
postcranial bone has been
individually cast and then
meticulously
re-assembled.
The skull is available with or
without the calvarium cut. We
thank the Maxwell Museum of
Anthropology for the opportunity
to cast this skeleton

3. Fetal Skeleton Full Term,


Disarticulated
SCM-186-D............ &......$949.00

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one Clones offers the worlds only fetal osteology reference set to span the intrauterine growth period from 13 weeks to full term. This set of
fetal elements of known age permits detailed study of human skeletal morphology at all stages of development. The skulls and postcranial
sets of bones can easily be utilized as reference material by laboratories that study subadult remains; alternatively, they can be evaluated by
students as part of their hands-on training in human fetal osteology.
We offer what is, perhaps, the only fetal skull with the calvarium cut. The detail present in this skull, including the ossicles, all calvarial sutures, and fontanelles,
will guarantee its value as a teaching tool both for the educator and practitioner. By removing the calvarium, students are able to learn the complex anatomy of
the endocranium, especially including the pathways of the foramina of the skull base and the orbit.

Fetal Skull, 40 weeks, Calvarium Cut

Human Fetal Skulls


BC-194-Set of 5.................$375.00

4 L , 3 W, 3 H

BC-194
BC-195
BC-180
BC-181
BC 182

BC-281.....................................$195.00
Individual Skulls $80.00 Each

Stand for
Human Fetal
Skulls

20 Weeks
29 Weeks
31 Weeks
32 Weeks
40 Weeks

Set of 12

S-BC-228-Set.
$85.00

SBC-194-Set Base..............$65.00
Human Fetal Skull Set of 12
BC-228-Set...............$910.00
BC-215

13 Weeks

BC-180

31 Weeks

BC-218

17 Weeks

BC-181

32 Weeks

BC-194

20 Weeks

BC-226

34 Weeks

BC-220

21 Weeks

BC-227

35 Weeks

BC-195

29 Weeks

BC-182

40 Weeks

BC-225

30 Weeks

BC-228

40 Weeks

Postcranial Fetal Bones


KO-340-CSET Set of 53 Postcranial Fetal bones (All 8 sets)
$608.00
Cast from real bones, these 53 postcranial skeletal elements
are excellent representations of human osteology during fetal
development. For more information, please see our website.
Fetal, 4 months Set of 3

Fetal, 7 months Set of 7

KO-328-SET............ &$35.00

KO-374-SET............ &$95.00

Fetal, 4 1/2 months Set of 3

Fetal, 8 months Set of 8

KO-325-SET............ &$35.00

KO-366-SET............ &$95.00

Fetal, 5 months Set of 8

Fetal, 9 months Set of 8

KO-389-SET............ &$95.00

KO-358-SET............ &$95.00

Fetal, 6 months Set of 8

Fetal, Full Term Set of 8

KO-381-SET............ &$95.00

KO-350-SET............ &$95.00

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FETAL SKULLS

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dvice and review by clinical anatomists, forensic anthropologists and others has enabled us to concentrate on reproducing the osteological
elements that are essential for understanding the complex anatomy of the human skull. Well defined sutures, foramina, cranial nerves, cranial arteries, and other fine neural passages of the head distinguish Bone Clones Advanced Anatomy Skulls from other available models
of the human skull. On the following pages you will find a number of dissected skull replicas of incomparable quality, suitable for medical study.

Human Male and Female Calvarium Cut Comparative Set


These upgraded calvarium cut skulls accurately reproduce the internasal and median palatine sutures, and all foramina (lacerum, spinosum, ovale,
stylomastoid, ethmoidal and that of the cribriform plate). Other details include the dorsum sellae and a clear distinction between the superiorposterior vomer and the body of the sphenoid. Removable calvarium and spring-hinged jaw.

BC-150-212........... &$469.00
1.

2.

3.

1. Human Male Asian, Calvarium


Cut Skull with Brain and Stand

4.

8 L, 5 W, 8 H

BC-092-Set........... &$390.00
2. Human Skull Endocast
Endocast from our BC-092.
7 L, 5 W, 5 H

KO-092E................ &$129.00

4. 5-year-old Child, Dentition


Exposed,Calvarium Cut

3. Human Brain
Cast from a real brain.
6 x 5

The cortical bone overlying the


buccal aspect of the left maxilla
and mandible has been cut away.
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

KO-092.........................$165.00

BC-183.........................$289.00

Human Brain for BC-150 and BC-212


5 L, 4 W, 5 H

KO-510.....$165.00

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Advanced Anatomy
As the availability of natural bone diminishes, teaching institutions are turning to replicas for elemental as well as advanced instruction in anatomy.
Bone Clones, Inc. produces an extensive selection of Advanced Anatomy Skulls, skeletons and postcranial parts ranging from prenatal to elderly.
Our product line includes male, female, adolescent and a childs calvarium cut skull and skeletons of the same. The skeletons can be purchased
articulated, disarticulated or in a half version. Because of their incomparable and reliable quality, Bone Clones are an excellent alternative to
natural bone skulls and skeletons and are being selected by many universities for their advanced teaching programs.

Human Female European

Human Female European

7 Piece Color-Coded Study Skull

7 Piece Study Skull

BC-224.........................$750.00

BC-219...................$690.00

BC-219 and BC-224 are segmented into 7 parts in order to facilitate study of the internal sections of the cranium and demonstrate how it separates
along natural suture lines. Designed with removable bone groupings, the skulls allow the sphenoid, ethmoid, and vomer to be disarticulated from
the skull and examined thoroughly. The sphenoid and ethmoid have been specifically produced to reveal all of the foramina, canals, and passages.
These details illustrate all of the pertinent nerve paths-precisely equivalent to real bone.

Human Sphenoid, Ethmoid, and Temporal Bone Set


Our premium anatomical skull set of 3 bones, showing all the foramina, canals, etc., and minute details of the real skull.

KO-191-020-SET.............$379.00
1. Human Sphenoid Bone in Plastic Case
KO-191-001........... &..........$145.00

1.

2.

2. Human Ethmoid Bone in Plastic Case


KO-191-002........... &..........$128.00
3. Human Temporal Bone in Plastic Case
KO-191-009........... &..........$136.00

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ADVANCED ANATOMY

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3.

Advanced Anatomy

one Clones BC-191-D is a 22-part skull that provides each


anatomical piece of the human skull in exquisite detail. These
22 cranial segments are the basis for the articulated version.
BC-191-A is cradled on a stand with both parietal bones
separated, thereby giving access to the interior of the cranium. The
separate 32 teeth may be removed individually.
Dr. Noel T. Boaz, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, was extremely
valuable in helping us develop these dissected skulls. Dr. Boaz wrote a
paper and presented it at a poster session at the Anatomists/Experimental
Biology meeting in 2006, jointly with David Kronen. Dr. Boaz says .
ideal for osteological teaching, this skull allows the student to appreciate
the individual bones, the sutures between the bones, and the foramina of
the skull. Foramina have been rendered bristle-patent, making exploration
of perforating cranial nerve branches and blood vessels possible. A
copy of the posters Tracing the Cranial Nerves Osteologically and
Osteological Tracing of Cranial-Nerve Parasympathetics and Bristle
Through Bone: An Osteological Model Approach to Tracing the Cranial
Nerves and Foramina are included with the skulls.

Human Medical Study Skull, Articulated


Custom case S-91 and stand included.

BC-191-A.............. &......................$1,350.00

Premium Custom Case


Compartments accommodate skull.
BC-191-D. 14 L,13 W, 6 H

S-92.................................$145.00
Premium Carrying Case
Customized case made of sturdy
materials. Interior is lined in foam
and measures: 9 L, 8 W, 6 H
Exterior measures:
11 L, 9 W, 8 H

Human Medical Study Skull, Disarticulated

S-91...................................$95.00

Custom case S-92 included.

BC-191-D.............. &...........................$1,150.00

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one Clones offers this one-of-a-kind product in response to the need expressed by teachers, surgeons and other professionals for
whom the study of the temporal bones is of vital importance. The temporal bone is one of the most complex bones in the body; it houses
the organs involved in our senses of hearing and balance. This double-hinged replica demonstrates the intricacies of this disarticulated
skull bone. Thus, surgeons and anatomists will find this product helpful as an educational tool for patients and students.

Human Temporal Bone Hinged 3 L, 2 W, 3 H (off stand) 8H (on stand)

KO-320................................$ 210.00

Human Set of 6 Ossicles, L & R


(Malleus, Incus, Stapes)
KO-234-SET.......... &$79.00
The middle ear contains the ossicles, three tiny bones called
the malleus (or hammer), incus (or anvil), and stapes (or
stirrup). These bones found in the tympanic cavity of the
temporal bone carry and increase the amplitude of the sound
from the eardrum to the inner ear.

Set of 11 Primate Hyoids


KO-110-SET.......... &$325.00
Primates
KO-106 Male Gorilla......................................... $40.00
KO-105 Female Gorilla..................................... $40.00
KO-107 Male Orangutan................................... $40.00
KO-108 Female Chimpanzee........................... $40.00
KO-102 Male Chimpanzee................................ $40.00
KO-109 Siamang............................................... $40.00
Homo sapiens

FM-533 Elderly Human Ossified..................... $39.00


SC-092-02 Male Human.................................... $35.00
SC-211-02 Female Human................................ $35.00
SC-187-02 Human Child 14-16-month-old...... $33.00
KO-135 Neanderthal......................................... $45.00

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Advanced Anatomy
BC-267-H and BC-267-HP present a half version of the skull
cut sagitally. Such a cut permits study of usually hard-tosee, if not invisible, aspects
of the skull, including nasal
passages, sinus cavities, and
grooves for branches of meningeal vessels.

1.

2.

1. Human Half Skull, Sagittal Cut,


Color-coded
7 L, 2 W, 7 H

BC-267-HP............ &.............$510.00
2. Human Half Skull, Sagittal Cut
8 L, 2 W, 5 H

BC-267-H...........................$450.00

Human Male European Skull


with Calvarium Cut, Numbered
BC-293 is a numbered version of BC-212 (see page 3
& 19), with 79 numbered landmarks (and a printed list).
7 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-293..........................................................$289.00

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Human Cervical
Vertebrae and
Occipital Assembly
9 H x 4 W

KO-249.................$186.00
Human Cervical Vertebrae
and Occipital Assembly
includes C1 through C7
with the occipital bone.
This
assembly
allows
educators and practitioners
to point out the details of
the architecture of each
cervical vertebra, including
the relationship between
the atlas and the axis, which
allows head movement.

Human Adult Female Femur, Osteporosis, Comparative Set


15 long

KO-170-SET......................... $120.00 (also sold individually)


This comparative pair of femurs illustrates that the condition created by osteoporosis is not detectable by merely looking at the outside of the bone. A bone density
test would reveal the great difference between the healthy (261g) and osteoporotic
bone (147g).

Female Kit
Bone Box Kit Left Side Only
Available in male or female, each kit comprises a selection of key bones from an Adult Skeleton (greater than 35 years of age), including long
bones, the fifth rib, key vertebrae, articulated hand and foot, hyoid, clavicle, scapula, sternum plate, innominate, sacrum, coccyx and patella. In
addition to these associated bones, the kit also provides an exceptionally detailed skull featuring a removable calvarium and spring-hinged jaw.
This set is detailed enough to offer an excellent model for teaching anatomy to medical, dental, and nursing students.

Bone Box Kit - Female


Left Side Only
COMP-110-F......... &$698.00

Premium Carrying Case


(sold separately)
26" L,15" W, 8" H

S-16.......... $189.00

Skeleton Case
Corrugated Plastic
26 L, 15 W, 8 H

S-93..............$89.00
Bone Box Kit - Male
Left Side Only
COMP-110-M......... &$698.00

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n response to the expressed needs of those in the Physical


Therapy field, we have developed a series of flexible joints.
The strength and realistic detail that characterize our products
make them unique and ideal for use in any instructional setting
that requires a hands-on experience with anatomically correct
skeletal elements.

1.

2.

1. Human Female Vertebral Column with


Sacrum & Coccyx, Flexible on Stand
26 H

KO-321...............................$620.00
KO-321 includes C1 through L-5, all intervertebral discs,
sacrum, and coccyx. As with all Bone Clones products, this
replica is made of our high quality custom-made resin, which
allows for remarkable detail including all foramina and subtle
textural features of all crests and processes. The fusion of
individual vertebrae is clearly shown in the sacrum and coccyx.
The intervertebral discs are made of a flexible resin. Educators
and practitioners alike find that our exacting standards make
our products ideal substitutes for natural bone. Custom display
stand included.

2. Human Female Vertebral Column


with Pelvis, Flexible on Stand
28 H

KO-322.......................................690.00

1.

2.

1. Human Shoulder Joint


(scapula, clavicle &
partial humerus)
KO-331..................$120.00

2. Human Hip Joint


(innominate & partial femur)
KO-332..................$120.00

3.

4.

3. Human Knee Joint


(patella, partial femur,
tibia & fibula)
KO-333....................$90.00

4. Human Flexible Foot Joint


(premium foot, partial
tibia & fibula)
KO-334..................$260.00

5.

6.

5. Human Flexible Hand Joint


(premium hand, partial
radius & ulna)
KO-335..................$260.00

6. Human Elbow Joint


(partial humerus,
radius & ulna)
KO-337....................$90.00

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chondroplasia is a genetic condition that results in abnormal body proportions. In normal development cartilage converts to bone in
most places. In individuals with achondroplasia, that conversion process malfunctions, especially in the long bones of the arms and
legs, resulting in disproportionately short limbs. This skeleton is known to be from a female around 60 years of age. The short, malformed limbs, spinal scoliosis, and fragile, edentulous jaw, among other features, provide a moving record of a difficult life. Bone Clones
wishes to thank the UC Davis Anatomical Donation Program for allowing us to replicate, and therefore document, this extraordinary osteological
condition.
This skeleton will be sold only to
recognized educational
institutions and professionals associated
with educational institutions.
Visit www.boneclones.com for additional pictures.

Human Female Achondroplasia Dwarf Skull


9" L, 6 " W, 7" H

BC-279..................................................$380.00

Human Female Achondroplasia Dwarf, Articulated

Human Female Achondroplasia


Dwarf, Disarticulated
SC-279-D............... &.......$5,800.00

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ACHONDROPLASIA
DWARF SKELETON

40 tall. Stand included

SC-279-A............... &......................................$6,800.00

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Forensics
Osteology plays a significant role in identifying remains encountered at crime scenes and wardevastated regions all over the world. Forensic anthropologists are able to interpret information found
on bones to determine cause of death, estimate age, and determine sex and ancestry. Evidence of
trauma and/or illness can also provide valuable clues.
Bone Clones has been able to use its expertise in reproducing the finest details of skeletonized
material to create Forensiclones, a collection of skulls and skeletons that are specifically suited for
this area of study. These replicas, cast from original natural bone skulls and skeletons that experts
have analyzed, can help in understanding events that transpired with no reliable witnesses to shed
light on them.
The Maxwell Museum of Albuquerque, NM and Museum of Man in San Diego, CA are sharing the
knowledge contained in their renowned collection by licensing Bone Clones, Inc., to cast selected
human material entrusted to their museums. Others in the forensic field have been generous in
sharing their knowledge with Bone Clones, Inc. and we thank them.

Gunshot-wound Skull
Large caliber bullet wound to the head. 7 L, 5 W,6 H

BC-152......................................................................$298.00

Human Vertebral Lumbar Union Aging Series

Set of 16 vertebral centra unions for determining age for teenage and
young adult skeletons by
observations of epiphyseal
union of the thoracic and
first two lumbar vertebral
centra. Set includes the 16
selected centrums and a 22
page booklet of guidelines
for research and teaching.
Included in the booklet is
the 11 page original paper
by Albert and Maples, published by the Journal of
Forensic Sciences.

FO-110-SET.........$319.00
Booklet

Comparative Economy Sets

Economy Set
Male Asian

Economy Set
Female Asian

Comparative set.
Skull, pelvis,
femur, humerus.

Comparative set.
Skull, pelvis,
femur, humerus.

COMP-101........$299.00

COMP-102........$299.00

Economy Set
Child

Economy Set
Female AfricanAmerican

Comparative set.
Skull, pelvis,
femur, humerus.

Comparative
set. Skull, pelvis,
humerus and tibia.

COMP-103........$299.00

COMP-109........$299.00

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ECONOMY SETS

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Forensic Black Bear


Paw, Right Front
Ursus americanus

Ideal in Forensic courses for


comparison to the human hand.
7

FO-075.........................$95.00

Comparative Human Maxilla, Set of 3


Homo sapiens

Contains maxilla and teeth from


Human African, Asian and European.

COMP-105.................................$155.00

Healed Blunt Force Trauma Skull

Human Bullet Rib

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

Spanish Conquistador Skull


(1530 AD) Homo sapiens

Comminuted fracture of the left cheek


healed without effective medical treatment.
7 L, 5 W, 6 H

Right rib with embedded bullet from a .32


caliber gun. New bone growth around the
injury site shows that the wound was
nonfatal. 8

Spanish soldiers skull from the 16th century, as


found in Chama, New Mexico, with a boarding
ax deeply planted in the cranium.
11 L, 5 W, 7 H

FO-101.................. &...........................$40.00

BC-199........................................$375.00

BC-303.................. &....................$295.00

Machete-wound Skull

Forensic Primary Set

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

All changes to skull


are the result of
machete blows.
9 L, 5 W, 5 H

COMP-104...........$1,298.00

BC-185............$375.00

A comparison set designed to teach basic Forensic Anthropology. Contains:



Female European Skull (BC-133), Human Bullet Rib (FO-101),

Male African Skull (BC-110),
Economy Male Asian Set (COMP-101),

Gunshot-wound Skull (BC-152), Economy Female Asian Set (COMP-102).

Bone Clones Osteological Reproductions

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FORENSICS

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Roman Gladiator Skull

Masculinized Skull

Gunshot-wound Skull

Human Male Skull

(72 AD to 472 AD)


8 L, 6 W, 7 H

European female. 68-year-old


7 L, 5 W, 6 H

European male
7 L, 5 W, 6 H

European, Elderly
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-198...............$375.00

BC-197.....................$295.00

BC-152..........$298.00

BC-204..........$290.00

Shotgun-wound Skull

Human Male Skull, Hammer Blows

The skull is that of a woman in her early 20s. The cranium was
penetrated by two rounds from a .410 shotgun fired at close-range.
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

Smooth, rounded edges of depressed wounds are indicative


of healing, suggesting a substantial period of survival.
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-196.................. &......$298.00

BC-217.................. &......$295.00

Small-Caliber-wound Skull

Scaphocephalic Skull

Adult female skull with artificial cranial


deformation (cradleboarding), asymmetry,
and unusually small cranial capacity
(760 cm3). Prehistoric, from Peru.
6 L, 5 W, 5 H

Human female skull with three small


gunshot wounds making entry through
occipital. Damage to right temporal bone
may represent blow out fractures or damage
resulting from bullets exiting the skull.
9 L, 5 W, 6 H

An excellent example of a condition in which


the skull is abnormally long and narrow as
a result of premature closure of the sagittal
suture, with heavy centers of ossification in
the line of the suture.
8 L, 4 W, 8 H

BC-222....................................$295.00

BC-202........................................$295.00

BC-193............................................$309.00

Cradle Board Skull,


Possibly Microcephalic

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FORENSICS

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Human Skull and Mandible, with Pathology

The Maxwell Collection

American Indian female who died when hit by an 18-wheel truck.


This skull shows perimortem fractures and hyperostosis.

BCM-803............... &..............$269.00
The Maxwell Museum of Anthropologys Laboratory
of Human Osteology, at the University of New
Mexico, specializes in numerous facets of physical
anthropology. The laboratory serves as a repository
of human remains and includes prehistoric, historic,
documented, and forensic remains.
Established in 1984 by Dr. J. Stanley Rhine, the
Maxwell Museums Documented Skeletal Collection
has grown to include 237 individuals encompassing
both sexes, all ages, and many population groups.
The skeletal remains are obtained by donation, either
by the individual before death, or by the family of a
deceased loved one. Information on the sex, age,
population affinity, and cause of death is available for
the majority of these individuals, allowing students
and visiting researchers to develop and test new
techniques and theories.
Since 1995, prospective donors or their families
have been asked to provide health and occupational
data as well. With this information, researchers
are able to examine the skeletal manifestations of
particular diseases including degenerative joint and
disc diseases, lymphoma, and osteoporosis, as
well as the reaction of bone to repetitive motions
and trauma.
Recent research has included
efforts towards the identification of handedness
in individuals, determination of body mass from
the skeleton, and variation in cranial damage
from various projectiles. The importance of the
Documented Collection cannot be overstated. No
other institution in the American West has as large
a collection of human skeletal remains with such
extensive demographic data.

Partial Human Skull with


Embedded Shotgun Pellets,
39-year-old Female

Human Skull and Jaw,


Downs Syndrome

Skull of a 39-year-old European American


female shows damage from a shotgun
wound, with pellets embedded in the bone.
7 L, 5 W, 4 H

Known to be from
66-year-old Hispanic
female with Downs
Syndrome.
7 L, 5 W, 5 H

BCM-802..............................$239.00

BCM-801..........$295.00

Bone Clones is grateful to the Maxwell


Museum for allowing us to select specimens
for reproduction from their valuable collection
and granting us exclusive casting rights to
these pieces.

Please note that specimens from the Maxwell Collection


can only be sold to recognized educational institutions and
professionals associated with educational institutions.

Male Skull for Facial Reconstruction


Comes with 8 photographs of individual during lifetime, allowing
for comparison to facial approximation based on the skull.
9 L, 5 W, 7 H

BCM-804............... &......$450.00

Bone Clones Osteological Reproductions

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FORENSICS
THE MAXWELL COLLECTION

1-800-914-0091

Human 13 - year - old Partial Skeleton


Growth development study and research set. These bones are from a 13-year-old 5 3 and 120
lbs. European American male. All epiphyses are included. An excellent comparison skeleton
for examining prehistoric materials, especially unknown epiphyses. Individual parts available
separately. Includes FM-509 through FM-527.

FM-509-SET..................&$1,169.00
Clavicle 5 ........................................................................FM-509............................... $35.00
Sternum, 4 pieces..................................................................FM-510............................... $62.00
Scapula and Epiphysis, 2 pieces...........................................FM-511............................... $70.00
Humerus and Epiphysis, 3 pieces..........................................FM-512............................... $95.00
Radius and Epiphysis 3 pieces..............................................FM-513............................... $52.00
Ulna and Epiphysis, 2 pieces.................................................FM-514............................... $52.00
Ilium 5 x 5......................................................................FM-515.............................. $51.00
Ischium and Pubis..................................................................FM-516.............................. $52.00
Sacrum, 6 pieces....................................................................FM-517............................ $117.00
Femur and Epiphysis, 4 pieces..............................................FM-518............................ $144.00
Tibia and Epiphysis, 3 pieces.................................................FM-519............................ $144.00
Fibula and Epiphysis, 3 pieces...............................................FM-520.............................. $92.00
Patellas, 2 pieces...................................................................FM-521............................... $35.00
Vertebra C-1 3 x 1 .........................................................FM-522.............................. $30.00
Vertebra C-2 2 x 1 .....................................................FM-523.............................. $30.00
Vertebra C-4 2 x 1 .....................................................FM-524.............................. $30.00
Vertebra C-5 2 x 1 .........................................................FM-525.............................. $30.00
Vertebra T-5 2 x 1 ..........................................................FM-526.............................. $30.00
Vertebra L-3 3 x 2 ......................................................FM-527.............................. $30.00

Human Male European, 62-year-old Set


This individuals death was due to alcoholism. There are poorly aligned
healed fractures of the right and left tibiae and fibulae and left femur. The left
femur head is separate from the shaft at the neck, and a pseudoarthrosis
(false joint) has formed at the site. Includes FM-501 through FM-508.

FM-501-SET.......... &..............$615.00
Innominate Right 8 x 6 ................................FM-501.................................... $95.00
Innominate Left 8 x 6 ..................................FM-502.................................... $95.00
Tibia Left 13 .....................................................FM-503.................................... $85.00
Tibia Right 13 ...................................................FM-504.................................... $85.00
Femur Right 18....................................................FM-505.................................... $89.00
Femur Left 18.......................................................FM-506.................................... $89.00
Fibula Right 14 .................................................FM-507................................... $65.00
Fibula Left 14 ...................................................FM-508................................... $65.00

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FORENSICS
THE MAXWELL COLLECTION

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Human Male, 65-year-old,


Heart Disease
From a 65-year-old European
American male who died
of heart disease (as a
complication of alcoholism).
There is fusion of the 5th
lumbar vertebra and the
sacrum, a relatively common
condition. Set Includes
FM-528 through FM-530.

FM-528-SET..........$210.00

Manubrium with Fused


Ossified Cartilage

Sacrum and L-5 Fused

L-4 Vertebra

5 L, 4 W, 3 H

1 x 1

2 x 3

FM-529..............$120.00

FM-530....... $39.00

Thyroid Ossified

C-4 through T-3 and 2 Ribs Fused

Hyoid Ossified

1 x 2

6 L, 6 W, 5 H

FM-531.....$45.00

FM-532......$89.00

FM-533....... $39.00

FM-528................$62.00

Human Male, 68-year-old


Hyperostosis
These remains come from
a 68-year-old European
American male who died of
heart disease. The fused
vertebrae and ribs provide an
excellent example of diffuse
idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis
(DISH). The ossified thyroid
and hyoid are typical. Set
Includes FM-531 through FM-533.

FM-531-SET................&$165.00

Human Female, 39-year-old

Human Female, Blunt Force Trauma

39-year-old European American female, who died due to


a shotgun wound to the head. The pelvis is a typical one
for a European American woman of this age. She had at
least one child and may have been pregnant at the time
of her death. Set Includes FM-534 through FM-538.

American Indian female who died when hit by an 18-wheel


truck. The perimortem fractures clearly show the damage
caused by the intense blunt force trauma. This is especially
true of the clean breaks in the innominate, one of the
strongest bones of the body. Also, the fracture of the femur
includes a fragment broken from the posterior shaft, a clear
indication that the fracturing force came from the front. Set
Includes FM-540 and FM-541.

FM-534-SET......................................................$320.00

FM-540-SET.......... &$160.00

Femur (R) 18..............FM-534.............................$79.00


Femur (L) 18..............FM-535.............................$79.00
Sacrum 4 ................FM-536.............................$89.00
Innominate (R) 8.......FM-537.............................$49.00
Innominate (L) 8........FM-538.............................$49.00

Innominate (L), Female


7 x 5

FM-540.................. &$49.00
Femur (R), Female
Three segments.

FM-541.................. &$111.00

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FORENSICS
THE MAXWELL COLLECTION

1-800-914-0091

Human Skull Blunt Force Trauma,


Eye Orbit, No Mandible
7 L, 5 W, 5 H

Human Skull Gunshot Trauma


Classic enter and exit. No maxilla or mandible.
7 L, 5 W, 5 H

Human Calvarium with


Hyperostosis Frontalis Interna
6 L, 5 W, 3 H

BCM-805.........................$290.00

BCM-806....................$290.00

FM-601........................$63.00

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1. The Science of Evolution,
The Myth of Creationism
By Ardea Skybreak

CX-06.................... &$24.00
2. Learning Human Anatomy (4th ed.)
by Julia Guy Provides an excellent introduction
to the study of human anatomy.

CX-11..................... &$65.00
3. From Lucy to Language
By D. Johanson & B. Edgar Provides a stunning
documentary of human life through time.

CX-08.................... &$65.00
4

4. Human Osteology (2nd ed.)


by Tim White. Designed for students and
professionals who wish to advance their skills
in identifying human skeletal remains.

CX-12.................... &$99.00
5. The Juvenile Skeleton
by L. Scheuer and S. Black. Examines the
development of all the skeletal elements
from embryological to adult form.

CX-13.................... &$99.00
6. Biological Anthropology
By Michael Alan Park

CX-10.................... &$115.00

7. Human Osteology and Skeletal Radiology Atlas


By Evan Matshes et al. Features nearly
700 photographs, line drawings, and
radiographs demonstrating individual
bones or collections of bones.

CX-03.................... &$119.00
8. Forensic Anthropology
Training Manual
By Karen Ramey Burns. For laboratory
courses in human osteology and forensic
anthropology at the junior/senior level.

CX-07.................... &$60.00
9. Osteology of Infants and Children
By B. Baker, T. Dupras, & M. Tocheri. Provides
basic descriptions and careful illustrations of each
skeletal element at varying stages of development.

CX-09.................... &$34.00

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e are aware that reference to any groupings along racial lines is complicated. We
recognize that racial categories are predominantly
culturally constructed. However, there is a benefit in
recognizing the collection of physical characteristics
typical of skeletons, and especially skulls, from particular geographic regions of the world. Knowledge
of the ancestry of an individual can be as important
as knowledge of sex, age, or stature for purposes of
identification. We use the following terms to designate racial categories: African (representing more
particularly Western or Central African), European
(representing more particularly Northern European),
Asian (representing more particularly East Asian),
Australian Aboriginal, and American Indian.

A Word about Racial Categories

Human Skull
Endocast

Trephinated & Elongated Skulls

Endocast from
our BC-092.
7 L, 5 W, 5 H

KO-092E... $129.00

Human Brain

7 L, 5 W, 5 H

Human Female,
Elongated Skull
with Jaw

Human Male
Elongated, Trephinated
Skull with Jaw

BC-115..... $218.00

9 L, 4 W, 6 H

9 L, 4 W, 7 H

Human Female
Trephinated Skull

BC-200.......$249.00

BC-201.............$249.00

S-BC-200 stand
for BC-200 .$35.00

S-BC-201 stand
for BC-201 ..... $35.00

Cast from a real


brain. Fits perfectly
into our calvarium
skull, BC-092.
6 x 5

KO-092..... $165.00

Female African-American Postcranial

Tibia

Fibula

Radius

Ulna

Humerus

14

14

12

KO-178-T.... $42.00

KO-178-FA...$46.00

KO-178-R...$42.00

KO-178-U...$42.00

KO-178-H...$58.00

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FORENSICS

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Surgically-altered Human
Radius, Ulna, Innominate

Human Femoric Hip


Fracture, Sectioned

Human Femur,
from Amputee

The badly fractured radius and


ulna had been repaired with
bone grafts from the anterior
iliac crest -- an important
finding for forensic pathologists
and anthropologists, who may
be able to use these features
to help identify unknown
human remains.

In this example of an impacted


hip fracture, the anatomical
neck of the femur is wedged
into the cancellous bone of
the proximal femur. A large
bony callus encircles the
break, and the sagittal section
clearly shows the nature of the
fracture. 6

The distal end of the femur is


remodeled in response to change
in function after amputation.
Compression necrosis is apparent
at the distal point of contact, and
osteophytic growths (traction
osteophytes) are present on the
posterior surface of the amputated
end. 9

FO-102.....................$280.00

FO-109.......................$89.00

FO-108.......................$89.00

Comparative Human
Lumbar Vertebrae Set, 5
Normal and 5 Arthritic
Homo sapiens

Comparative Human L-3 Vertebra Set of 2,


Arthritic and Normal (part of FO-105-SET)

The normal vertebrae are


typical of a young adult who
has experienced no unusual
back trauma. The edges of the
vertebral bodies are smooth
and regular in shape.The
osteoarthritic vertebrae are
typical of an older adult or a
person with a history of heavy
labor (or both). The edges of
the vertebral bodies are sharp
and irregular. Bony outgrowths
(osteophytes) are present.

Human Sternum, Pathology


Homo sapiens

7 x 3

FO-114.........................$65.00

FO-105-SET................&$360.00

Homo sapiens

One normal and one arthritic vertebra.

FO-105-P...............................$72.00

Human Child Vertebral


Column and Sacrum,
Scoliosis
Homo sapiens

Comparative Lumbar Vertebrae Display


Arthritic & Normal

FO-105-AY............. &........................$420.00

Set of Normal Lumbar


Vertebrae on Stand
FO-105-N.................&.$210.00

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An excellent example of extreme


childhood scoliosis. Vertebral
column has all ribs attached.
The
sacrum
is
included
and detached. 12

FO-113.........................$479.00

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Fossil Hominid Introduction


Interest in the evolution of man
continues unabated. Each new
discovery feeds into the stream
of information about our ancient
human history. Skeletal material that is millions of years old
can, amazingly, be connected
and threaded into the process
that led from then to now. It
takes dedicated researchers
many years to unearth a skull
or a skeleton, whole or partial,
and many more years in the lab, documenting and analyzing each fragment in order to understand the significance of the find. Each discovery revives discussion and
furthers knowledge.
In the meantime, those dedicated to teaching human
evolution follow developments very closely. They are
dedicated to bringing the best, and the latest, information to their students. The Bone Clones Fossil Hominid
Series is a response to these educators. Casts made
from original finds are, generally speaking, hard to
obtain for use in the typical anthropology classroom, lab
or lecture hall.
Teachers are eager to teach and students are eager to
learn about our human ancestry.
Fifteen years ago Bone Clones, Inc. began casting a
series of skulls in this field of study. Each hominid is
carefully researched and re-created based on some
or all of the following: casts of the original fossils, the
latest literature (descriptions and/or published measurements) input from the scientific community and full color,
life-size photographs. Every effort is made to re-create
accurately anatomical details of size, shape, reconstructed areas, color and bone/fossil texture.
We continue to sculpt new finds as they happen, waiting for original papers to be published and enough
data obtained so that we may re-create casts as
precisely as possible. The hominid replicas offered
in this series are high quality recreations that can
be advantageously used by educators as important
visual aids in the classroom. They are not intended
for advanced graduate work or to be measured for
research purposes.
Judging from the positive feedback that we consistently
get from professionals teaching Anthropology, Bone
Clones provide a meaningful physical dimension to the
discourse on evolution in the 21st century.

Homo ergaster Skeleton, KNM-WT 15000


Nariokotome Boy, Articulated
Bone Clones reconstructed the Nariokotome Boy skeleton by
using bones from the disarticulated version, which were based
on the original find. In addition, by extrapolating from published
data, relationships to other bones, and partial bone fragments,
we reconstructed several vertebrae and the sternum, painting
these reconstructions black to differentiate them from the found
bones. We used brass parts to indicate other missing bones.
58 H

SC-012-A............... &....................$6,200.00

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H. ERGASTER
FOSSIL HOMINID

BC

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1.

2.

1. H. ergaster KNM-WT 15000 Pelvis


Homo ergaster
7 x 8

KO-312-P.............. &$245.00
2. H. ergaster KNM-WT 15000
Pelvis and Femur
Homo ergaster
SC-012-PF............. &$330.00
H. ergaster KNM-WT 15000

Femur
Homo ergaster

SC-012-F............... &$110.00
Homo ergaster Skeleton, KNM-WT 15000
Nariokotome Boy, Disarticulated
1.6 MYA. Discovered in Nariokotome, Kenya. The completeness
of this skull allowed scientists to get accurate measurements of
brain size. Many other skeletal parts were also recovered, giving
anthropologists a great deal of information regarding body size, limb
proportions, age of death (probably 12 or 13 years) and whether or
not language was possible. The pelvis reveals a greater ability to run
than modern humans, and some skeletal parts reveal a closer affinity
to australopithecines. Skeleton is provided disarticulated along with
a numbered photo.

SC-012-D............... &....................$2,800.00

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H. ERGASTER
FOSSIL HOMINID

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Australopithecus afarensis Lucy A.L.288-1


Skeleton, Articulated

Bone Clones reconstructed the Lucy skeleton by using bones from the disarticulated version, which were based on the original find. In addition, by extrapolating from published data, relationships to other bones, and partial bone fragments, we created brass parts to indicate missing skeletal elements. 3 7 Tall

SC-036-A............... &................$6,500.00

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LUCY FOSSIL HOMINID

BC

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1. Cranium Fragments
6 Cranium fragments

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

KO-036-C.............. &$115.00
2. Jaw
4 L, 3 W, 2 H

KO-036-J.... $95.00
3. Innominate, Femur and Sacrum
5 parts

KO-036-PF............ &$270.00
4. Innominate and Sacrum
2 parts

KO-036-PS............ &$175.00
5. Innominate
KO-036-P.............. &$90.00
6. Femur Assembled
10 Long

KO-036-FA............ &$105.00
7. Pelvis, Disarticulated
KO-036-PD............ &$265.00
8. Pelvis, Articulated
5 H, 9 W

KO-036-PA............ &$250.00

Lucy Poster

Australopithecus afarensis Lucy


A.L. 288-1 Skeleton, Disarticulated

11 x 14

PE-01.......... $10.00
3.2 MYA. Discovered by Donald Johanson in 1974, in
Ethiopia, Lucy, has been considered the first human
ancestor (until Ardi). Skeleton is provided disarticulated
along with a numbered photo to help identify the parts.
SC-036-D............... &..........................$2,100.00

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LUCY FOSSIL HOMINID

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Set of 7 Primate Skulls, Half-Scale. KAM-SET-7........$498.00


The set is shown with the optional base, which is available separately.
24 L, 9 W, 1 H

Base for Set of 7 S-KAM-SET-7.....................................$55.00


A. afarensis

H. erectus

KAM-02......$75.00

KAM-05......$75.00

A. boisei

H. neanderthalensis

KAM-01......$75.00

KAM-06......$75.00

Gorilla
KAM-04......$75.00
Chimpanzee
KAM-03......$75.00

Modern Human
KAM-07....$75.000

Reconstructions by Dr. Grover Krantz

Bigfoot Footprint, Pair

Meganthropus

Gigantopithecus blacki

Gigantopithecus blacki Jaw

Gigantopithecus blacki

Meganthropus

Gigantopithecus blacki

Gigantopithecus blacki

KO-043P.Pair......$105.00
Bigfoot Footprint (left)

Reconstruction by Dr. Grover


Krantz, based on Sangirin 31.
9 L, 7 W, 8 H

Reconstruction by Dr. Grover


Krantz, based on a large Chinese
male fossil jaw, assuming bipedal
posture and apesized brain.
12 L, 12 W, 15 H

16 x 9

KO-043L................ &$58.00
Bigfoot Footprint (right)

BC-141.................. &$270.00

12 L, 12 W, 15 H

BC-140-J..............$187.00

BC-140.........................&$390.00

17 x 7

KO-043R............... &$58.00

Scale Primate Skulls


1.

1. Human Skull, 1:4 Scale


Homo sapiens

A remarkably detailed skull


for one so small.
2 L, 1 W, 2 H

KO-S02....................$36.00
2. Homo erectus Skull, 1:2 Scale

2.

Alien Grey
Capturing all of
the nuances of
this hybrid breed,
the skull has the
complete look and
feel of the real thing.
10 L, 9 W, 9 H

CC-05....... $195.00

3 L, 2 W, 3 H

KAM-05....................$75.00

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HALF-SCALE SET
AND OTHER HOMINIDS

BC

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Fossil Hominid Stone Tools, Set of 6.


MS-99-SET................................$405.00
Neanderthal Tools, Set of 21 Stone Tools
MS-100-SET.......... &..........................$998.00

Banded Hand-Axe
Acheulian, SW Morocco, (Flint).

Neanderthal Tools

4 L x 2 W

Set of 6 selected tools to represent the different types.


Set includes: MS-101, MS-105, MS-112,
MS-115, MS-117, MS-120

MS-001.......................$92.00
Triangular Bi-facial
Hand-Axe

MS-100-6-SET..................................$308.00

Mousterian, Roye, Picardie

This set of 21 tools, which includes awls, axes, knives, scrapers, cores and hammers, was collected between 2000 and 2004
in Romania.
Awl: Often a small tool pointed at one end, used to pierce holes
into animal hide and other materials.
Knives/Scrapers: Thought to be used for lateral cutting and
scraping of animal hides, these tools were multifunctional.
Core: A mother stone that other tools were constructed from.
Hammer: Shaped with either rounded and/or blunt sides, this tool
was used in making other tools as well as other applications.
Axe: A large Axe presumed to be used for wooden spears as well
as other areas where blunt cutting was necessary.

Region, France. 40,000 120,000 years old, Neandertal.


L x 1 W

MS-002......................&$70.00

Cordiform Bi-facial
Hand-Axe
Mid-Acheulian, Montealegre
del Castillo, Albacete, Spain.
6 L x 3 W

MS-004....................$70.00
Scraper
Mousterian, Cairo, Egypt,

40,000 years old.


4 L x 1 W

MS-005....................$55.00

Levallois Blade
Bi-facial Hand-Axe

Mousterian, Verberie, Picardie


Region, France. Distinct from
Acheulian;Bi-facial ovate point.
2 L x 1 W

Libya, over 250,000 years old.


6 L x 3 W

MS-003.......................$70.00

MS-006....................$70.00

Acheulian, Erg Titersine,

Individual Neanderthal Tools


MS-101
MS-102
MS-103
MS-104
MS-105
MS-106
MS-107
MS-108
MS-109
MS-110
MS-111
MS-112
MS-113
MS-114
MS-115
MS-116
MS-117
MS-118
MS-119
MS-120
MS-121

Length

Width

2
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
4
3
3
3
4
2
4
4
3
5
4
4
4

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
2

Awl
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Knife/Scraper
Core
Core
Core
Hammer
Axe
Axe
Axe
Axe

$42.00
$42.00
$45.00
$52.00
$52.00
$52.00
$42.00
$45.00
$52.00
$52.00
$43.00
$52.00
$52.00
$43.00
$65.00
$53.00
$52.00
$53.00
$53.00
$65.00
$52.00

Tools and Artifacts from


Archaic Child Burial
KO-041................$105.00

MS-201-SET............ $358.00
MS-206...................... $72.00
MS-205...................... $72.00
MS-204...................... $95.00
MS-201...................... $43.00
MS-202...................... $52.00
MS-203...................... $45.00
Farpoint Clovis Spearpoint
The 8-inch Farpoint Clovis Spearpoint was found in 2005 by
Edgar Perez at a residential construction site in Malibu. The first
such artifact found on the West Coast, the Clovis Spearpoint
indicates the presence of Clovis people 11,000 years ago and
raises questions about the origins of the earliest inhabitants of the
Americas. It is currently curated at the Santa Barbara Museum of
Natural History.
5 L, 2 W

MS-220...........................$95.00
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Stone Tools,Set of 6
Includes artifacts from Africa,
dated from 1.2 to 1.5 MYA.

Bone Clones Osteological Reproductions

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1.

2.

3.

1. Australopithecus afarensis
2.9 to 3.9 MYA.
Ethiopia.
7 L, 5 W, 7 H

BH-001.................. &$235.00
2. Homo habilis KNM-ER 1813
1.9 MYA.
Koobi Fora, Kenya.
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

BH-002.................. &$195.00
3. Homo habilis Jaw OH-7
1.75 MYA.
Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.
3 L, 2 W, 1 H

KO-196.................. &$149.00
4. Australopithecus robustus SK-48
4.

5.

6.

1.5 to 2 MYA.
Swartkrans, South Africa.
6 L, 5 W, 4 H

BH-003.................. &$195.00
5. Australopithecus robustus
SK-48 with Jaw
1.5 to 2 MYA.
Swartkrans, South Africa.
6 L, 5 W, 7 H

BH-003-C.............. &$280.00
6. Homo heidelbergensis
Broken Hill 1
125,000 to 400,000 YA.
Kabwe, Zambia
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BH-004.................. &$195.00
7. Australopithecus boisei
KNM-ER 406
7.

8.

9.

1.7 MYA.
Koobi Fora, Kenya.
7 L, 6 W, 4 H

BH-006.................. &$195.00
8. Australopithecus africanus
Sts 5 Mrs. Ples
2.5 MYA. Sterkfontein,
Transvaal, South Africa.
7 L, 4 W, 5 H

BH-007.................. &$195.00
9. Australopithecus africanus
Sts 5 Mrs. Ples with Jaw
2.5 MYA. Sterkfontein,
Transvaal, South Africa.
7 L, 4 W, 7 H

BH-007-C.............. &$280.00

10.

10. Australopithecus aethiopicus


KNM-WT 17000
Black Skull

11.
12.

2.5 MYA.
Lake Turkana, Kenya.
8 L, 5 W, 4 H

BH-008.................. &$195.00
11. Homo neanderthalensis
La Chapelle-aux-Saints
50,000 YA.
La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France.
9 L, 5 W, 6 H

BH-009.................. &$280.00
12. Homo habilis OH 24
1.8 MYA.
Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.
7 L, 4 W, 4 H

BH-010.................. &$195.00

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FOSSIL HOMINID SKULLS

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13. Homo ergaster


KNM-ER 3733

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

1.75 MYA. Koobi Fora, Kenya.


7 L, 5 W, 5 H

BH-011.................. &$195.00
14. Homo ergaster
KNM-WT 15000
1.6 MYA. Nariokotome, Kenya.
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BH-012.................. &$280.00
15. Homo rudolphensis
KNM-ER 1470
1.8 to 1.9 MYA. Koobi Fora, Kenya.
8 L, 4 W, 5 H

BH-013.................. &$195.00
16. Piltdown Man
1912 Fraud. Unearthed at
Piltdown near Sussex, England.
9 L, 6 W, 6 H

BH-014.................. &$255.00
17. Australopithecus boisei
OH5 Nutcracker Man
1.8 MYA. Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.
8 L, 6 W, 5 H

BH-015.................. &$195.00
18. Australopithecus boisei
OH5 with jaw
1.8 MYA. Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.
8 L, 6 W, 8 H

BH-015-C.............. &$280.00
19. Australopithecus africanus
(Taung Child)
2.3 MYA. Taung,
South Africa.
5 L, 3 W, 3 H

BH-016.................. &$195.00
20. Cro-Magnon
Homo sapiens

30,000 to 32,000 YA.


Les-Eyzies, France.
8 L, 6 W, 6 H

BH-017.................. &$195.00
21. Cro-Magnon with Jaw
30,000 to 32,000 YA.
Les-Eyzies, France.
8 L, 6 W, 7 H

BH-017-C.............. &$280.00
22. Homo erectus Sangiran 17
700,000 to 1.6 MYA.
Java, Indonesia.
8 L, 5 W, 5 H

BH-018.................. &$200.00
23. Homo neanderthalensis
La Ferrassie 1
50,000 YA. La Ferrassie, France.
9 L, 6 W, 6 H

BH-019.................. &$280.00
24. Kenyanthropus platyops
KNM-WT 40000
3.5 MYA. Lake Turkana, Kenya.
7 L, 4 W, 5 H

BH-020.................. &$265.00

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FOSSIL HOMINID SKULLS

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1.

2.

3.

1. Australopithecus afarensis
A.L. 288-1 Lucy
3.2 MYA.
Hadar, Ethiopia.
6 L, 5 W, 5 H

BH-021-A.............. &$280.00
2. Australopithecus afarensis
A.L. 288-1 Lucy
3.2 MYA.
Hadar, Ethiopia.
6 L, 5 W, 5 H

BH-021-T............... &$280.00
3. Homo heidelbergensis
Atapuerca 5
350,000 to 500,000 YA.
Atapuerca, Spain.
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BH-022.................. &$305.00
4.

5.

6.

4. Proconsul africanus
14 to 23 MYA.
Rusinga Island, Kenya.
5 L, 3 W, 3 H

BH-023.................. &$149.00
5. Sivapithecus indicus
GSP 15000
8.5 to 12.5 MYA.
Potwar Plateau, Pakistan.
5 L, 4 W, 6 H

BH-024.................. &$210.00
6. Aegyptopithecus zeuxis
29 MYA.
Faiyum, Egypt
4 L, 2 W, 2 H

BH-025.................. &$149.00

7.

8.

9.

7. Australopithecus boisei
Female KNM-ER 732
1.7 MYA. Koobi Fora, Kenya.
6 L, 5 W, 4 H

BH-026.................. &$195.00
8. Homo neanderthalensis
(Child) Teshik-Tash
70,000 YA. Teshik-Tash,
Uzbekistan.
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BH-027.................. &$280.00
9. Dmanisi Homo
erectus (ergaster)

D2700 cranium, D2735 jaw


1.75 to 2.0 MYA.
Dmanisi, Georgia.
7 L, 4 W, 6 H

BH-028.................. &$305.00
10.

11.

12.

10. Sahelanthropus tchadensis


Toumai
6-7 MYA.
Toros-Manalla, Chad.
7 L, 4 W, 4 H

BH-029.................. &$280.00
11. Homo neanderthalensis
La Ferrassie 1
50,000 YA.
La Ferrassie, France.
9 L, 6 W, 7 H

BH-030.................. &$478.00
12. Homo antecessor
800,000 YA.
Atapuerca, Spain
3 L, 4 W, 4 H
BH-031.................. &$220.00
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FOSSIL HOMINID SKULLS

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Homo sapiens

Homo floresiensis

Homo habilis

Australopithecus africanus

Skhul 5 Male

(Flores Skull LB1)


The Hobbit

KNM-ER 1813 with Jaw

STS-71

18,000 YA. Flores, Indonesia.


5 L, 4 W, 5 H

1.9 MYA.
Koobi Fora, Kenya.
6 L, 4 W, 5 H

2.5 MYA.
Sterkfortein, South Africa.
6 L, 3 W, 4 H

BH-032.................. &$295.00

BH-033.................. &$305.00

BH-034.................. &$385.00

BH-035.................. &$185.00

Australopithecus robustus

Australopithecus africanus

Mrs. Ples Pelvis,


Disarticulated
KO-195-PD............ &$260.00

Australopithecus anamensis
Cranial and
Postcranial Set

Cro-Magnon

SK-54 (Juvenille)

100,000 YA.
Mount Carmel, Israel.
8 L, 5 W, 6 H

Cranium Section 1.5 MYA.


Swartkrans, South Africa.

KO-136-SET.......... &$370.00

BHK-001................ &$140.00

Homo sapiens

10,000-30,000 YA. Mainz, Germany.


8 L, 5 W, 5 H

BC-093.................. &$195.00

New, See Page H

Cro-Magnon with Jaw


Homo sapiens
8 L, 5 W, 8 H

A. africanus Sts 52
Maxilla & Mandible
4 L, 4 W, 5 H

8 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-093-C.............. &$280.00

BH-036.................. &$210.00

BH-038...$349.00

Peking Man
Homo erectus

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FOSSIL HOMINID SKULLS

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Set of 6 Fossil Hominid Skulls

Fossil Hominid Sets


Set of 9 Fossil Hominid Skulls
Nine milestone discoveries
representing a timeline of, and
the diversity in, human lineage.
Discounted when bought as a set:

BH-KRO-1.............$2,098.00
BH-002................... H. habilis
BH-038..................H. erectus

BH-007............... A. africanus
BH-009 H. neanderthalensis
BH-012................ H. ergaster
BH-015.................... A. boisei
BH-016............... A. africanus
BH-020................ K. platyops
BH-021-T............ A. afarensis

We organized this set of 6 skulls to represent a


range of Fossil Hominids based on age and historical
importance. Ages range from 50,000 YA to 3.2 MYA.
Discounted when bought as a set:

BH-KRO-2............. &....$1,435.00
BH-038..................................................H. erectus
BH-007............................................... A. africanus
BH-009................................... H. neanderthalensis
BH-012................................................ H. ergaster
BH-015.................................................... A. boisei
BH-021-T............................................ A. afarensis

Set of 7 Skulls
This set of 7 skulls is a companion to our KAM SET-7 Half-Scale Primate Skulls.

BH-KRO-3.................................... $1,735.00
BC-001................................................. Gorilla
BC-016................................................ Human
BC-003....................................... Chimpanzee
BH-001........................................ A. afarensis
BH-015-C..........................................A. boisei
BH-038........................................... H. erectus
BH-019........................... H. neanderthalensis
...................................................La Ferrassie 1

As a supplement to
our hominid skull
casts, the Bone
Clones Rotational
Series is an excellent educational
resource and reference material.
In the classroom,
this resource will
allow all students
to simultaneously view a detailed set of
images of the fossil hominid skull under
study. While a cast is being passed around
and examined by students individually, you
will be able to focus the attention of the class
on the significant physical characteristics of
the fossil hominid. High-resolution digital
images of 32 important fossil hominid skulls
will undoubtedly further understanding of
human evolution. The mobility of this product
is the essence of its design.
See www.boneclones.com for pricing.

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FOSSIL HOMINID SETS


AND ROTATIONAL

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Ardipithecus ramidus
4.4 MYA. Ardipithecus
ramidus was discovered by Tim White and
associates in 1994 in
the Afar region of Ethiopia and published in
2009. The partial skeleton ARA-VP-6/500, now
is considered by many
to be the oldest skeleton
of a supposed human
ancestor. The discovery
teams examination of
the pelvis indicates that
this species was able
to walk upright, not with
the same fluidity of later
humans or even Lucy
but with much more
efficiency than chimArdipithecus ramidus Skull
panzees. However, the
6 L, 4 W, 5 H
BH-039....$379.00
lower part of the pelvis
offers evidence that the
species possessed the musculature required for tree-climbing. The bones of
the wrist indicates, according to the discovery team, that while moving quadrupedally, weight was placed on the palms of the hands rather than on the knuckles. White and associates hypothesize that Australopithecus is a descendant
of Ardipithecus, while others hypothesize that Ardipithecus might be an extinct
sister species to Lucys genus. Note that the skull, pelvis, left hand and foot are
currently available. The remainder of the skeleton is in process.

1. Ardipithecus ramidus

1.

Pelvis, Disarticulated
SC-039-PD.......$350.00

2. Ardipithecus ramidus
Hand, Articulated
SC-039-184-A..$310.00
2.

3.

3. Ardipithecus ramidus
Hand, Disarticulated

4.

5.

4. Ardipithecus ramidus
Foot, Articulated
SC-039-185-A..$310.00

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SC-039-184-D..$250.00

Ardipithecus ramidus
Skeleton, Disarticulated ARA-VP-6/500, (4.4 MYA)
SC-039-D
5. Ardipithecus ramidus
Foot, Disarticulated
SC-039-185-D..$250.00

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ARDIPITHECUS RAMIDUS
FOSSIL HOMINID

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Neanderthal Pelvis Reconstruction


Homo neanderthalensis

This pelvis is a complicated mosaic drawn


from three distinct Neanderthal specimens:
Kebara 2, Feldhofer and La Ferrassie 1.
12 W, 8 H

Neanderthal Humerus Reconstruction

KO-081.................. &................$840.00

Homo neanderthalensis

12

KO-083.................. &$140.00
Neanderthal Tibia and Fibula
(attached) Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis

14

KO-091.................. &$285.00
Neanderthal Femur Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis

17

Neanderthal Thorax Assembly


Reconstruction

KO-082.................. &$260.00

Homo neanderthalensis

Neanderthal Pelvis, Femur and


Humerus Reconstruction Set

21 L, 13 W

KO-079.................. &$2,920.00

Homo neanderthalensis

KO-084......................&$1,175.00
Neanderthal Pelvis and Femur
(left) Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis

SC-019-PF.................&$1,080.00

Neanderthal Foot
Reconstruction, Articulated
Homo neanderthalensis

Based on a mixture of La Ferrassie


1 and a robust modern human. 9

KO-087.................. &...$365.00

Comparative Pelvis, Femur and


Humerus Set, Neanderthal and Modern
Homo sapiens &
Homo neanderthalensis
Contains Modern Human pelvis, femur and
humerus and Neanderthal pelvis, femur and
humerus. An excellent, economical way to
study modern Homo sapiens and Homo
neanderthalensis structures.

COMP-107............. &....................$1,375.00

Neanderthal Hand
Reconstruction, Articulated
Homo neanderthalensis

KO-086......................&$365.00
Neanderthal Patella Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis

Neanderthal Skull, Pelvis,


Femur, and Humerus
Reconstruction Set

1 x 1

Homo neanderthalensis

KO-088...........$45.00

KO-085.................. &$1,650.00

Not Shown

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NEANDERTHAL

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Neanderthal Hyoid
Reconstruction, from Kebara
Homo neanderthalensis

The hyoid lies between the mandible and


larynx, where it anchors the muscles necessary for speech. This important discovery
demonstrates that Neanderthals had the
capacity for speech and possibly language.
2 x 1

KO-135.................. &.................$45.00
Neanderthal Skull Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis

8 L, 6 W, 7 H

BH-030.................. &...............$478.00

Neanderthal Skeleton
Reconstruction, Disarticulated
Neanderthal Atlas Reconstruction

Neanderthal Skeleton
Reconstruction, Articulated

Homo neanderthalensis

Homo neanderthalensis

Homo neanderthalensis

See our website for all postcranial details.

3 x 1

SC-019-D................................$8,800.00

Homo neanderthalensis 9

Homo neanderthalensis and Homo sapiens


Serving an anchoring function for the
tongue, the hyoid is implicated in the
evolution of speech development.

The most complete Neanderthal skeleton


ever offered, this skeleton was reconstructed
and articulated by anthropologists Gary J.
Sawyer, of the American Museum of Natural
History, and Blaine C. Maley, of Washington
University. It was based primarily on the La
Ferrassie 1 specimen, with missing or incomplete elements filled in from other Neanderthal
casts. It was featured in the AMNH January,
2003 exhibit The First Europeans: Treasures
from the Hills of Atapuerca.
This reconstruction, more vividly than individual bones, illustrates how Neanderthals
differed from modern humans. Skeletal contrasts with modern humans can be noted in
the structure of the pelvis and rib cage.
5 2 tall

KO-089.................$115.00

COMP-135............. &...........$70.00

SC-019-A............... &....$13,900.00

KO-077.................. &$80.00
Neanderthal Scapula Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis

6 x 7

KO-080.................$245.00
Neanderthal Clavicle Reconstruction
Homo neanderthalensis 6

KO-078.................. &$87.00
Neanderthal Ulna
Homo neanderthalensis 10

KO-090.................$110.00
Neanderthal Radius

Comparative Hyoid Set,


Neanderthal and Modern Human

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Human 5-year-old Child Pelvis, Disarticulated

Human Male Pelvis, Disarticulated

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

SC-183-PD............ &$160.00

FO-103-PD............ &$198.00

Human Female Pelvis,


Disarticulated Homo sapiens
KO-193-PD............ &$198.00

Human 5-year-old Child Pelvis

Human Male Pelvis

Human Female Pelvis

Homo sapiens 5 x 3

Homo sapiens 7 x 11

Homo sapiens 8 x 10

SC-183-P............... &$160.00

FO-103-P............... &$145.00

KO-193-P.............. &$148.00

Set of 10 Femurs

Set of primate femurs. Excellent for comparative studies and discounted when purchased as set. KF-001.................$698.00

Homo sapiens.......................9

D. A. afarensis Lucy
Assembled Femur

SC-183-F............... &$50.00

Australopithecus afarensis....10

A. Human 5-year-old Child Femur

G. Siamang Femur
Symphalangus syndactylus......8

SC-047-F............... &$55.00
H. Chimpanzee Femur

KO-036-FA .........$105.00

Pan troglodytes.........................11

B. Human Male Femur


Homo sapiens .....................18

E. Bonobo Femur

SC-092-F............... &$56.00

Pan paniscus........................11

SC-003-F............... &$65.00
I. Orangutan Femur
Pongo pygmaeus abelii.............13

SC-123-F............... &$70.00

SC-002-F............... &$80.00
J. Gorilla Femur

C. H. ergaster KNM-WT 15000 Femur


Homo ergaster.....................16

F. Mandrill Baboon Femur

SC-012-F..............$110.00

Mandrillus sphinx .................10

Gorilla gorilla............................15

SC-028-F............... &$85.00

KO-210-F............... &$60.00
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PELVISES AND FEMURS

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Spider Monkey
Pelvis and Femur

Vervet Monkey
Pelvis and Femur

Ateles paniscus

Chlorocebus aethiops

SC-265-PF....$208.00

SC-069-PF....$208.00

Weeping Capuchin
Pelvis and Femur
Cebus olivaceus
SC-263-PF....$208.00

Rhesus Macaque
Pelvis and Femur
Macaca mulatta
SC-137-PF....$208.00

Siamang Pelvis
and Femur

Mandrill Baboon
Pelvis and Femur

Bonobo Pelvis
and Femur

Symphalangus syndactylus

Mandrillus sphinx

Pan paniscus

SC-047-PF....$208.00

KO-210-PF...$210.00

SC-123-PF...$253.00

Chimpanzee Pelvis
and Femur

Orangutan Pelvis
and Femur

Gorilla Pelvis
and Femur

Pan troglodytes

Pongo pygmaeus abelii

Gorilla gorilla

SC-003-PF...$215.00

SC-002-PF...$272.00

SC-028-PF....$285.00

Pelvises and Femurs available separately.


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Primates Pectoral Sets: Humerus, Scapula, Clavicle - Set of 3


The locomotor habits of the different groups of primates are reflected in the shape and
proportions of the scapula as well as in the degree of rotation displayed by the head of
the humerus in the shoulder joint. The clavicle functions as a strut, holding the upper
limb away from the trunk.

Human Female Pectoral Set of 3

5-year-old Child. ......................................... SC-183-HSC........................................... $150.00


Chimpanzee................................................. SC-003-HSC........................................... $205.00
Orangutan.................................................... SC-002-HSC........................................... $205.00
Mandrill Baboon......................................... SC-010-HSC........................................... $205.00
Gorilla........................................................... SC-028-HSC........................................... $205.00
Siamang....................................................... SC-047-HSC........................................... $150.00
Rhesus Macaque........................................ SC-137-HSC........................................... $150.00
Vervet Monkey............................................. SC-069-HSC........................................... $150.00
Weeping Capuchin Monkey...................... SC-263-HSC........................................... $150.00
Black Spider Monkey................................. SC-265-HSC........................................... $150.00

Homo sapiens

SC-211-HSC................$160.00

Primates: Innominate & Femur Set


The pelvic girdle is adapted for stability. The ischium, one of three bones that fuse
to create the innominate, is especially large in Old World monkeys. The hip, like
the shoulder, is a ball-and-socket joint.
Human.......................................................... SC-211-IF...................................... $130.00
Orangutan.................................................... SC-002-IF...................................... $185.00
Mandrill Baboon......................................... SC-010-IF...................................... $185.00
Gorilla........................................................... SC-028-IF...................................... $190.00
Siamang....................................................... SC-047-IF...................................... $135.00
Rhesus Macaque........................................ SC-137-IF...................................... $135.00
Vervet Monkey. ........................................... SC-069-IF...................................... $135.00
Weeping Capuchin Monkey...................... SC-263-IF...................................... $135.00
Black Spider Monkey................................. SC-265-IF...................................... $135.00

Chimpanzee Innominate & Femur Set


Pan troglodytes

SC-003-IF.............................$160.00

Primates:
Hand or Foot
Hands and feet for each
of the listed primates are
available articulated, semiarticulated, and disarticulated. These photographs
of the chimpanzee hand illustrate the 3 options. The
pricing listed for the 9 primates is for the disarticulated version. For additional
information and pricing go to
w w w. b o n e c l o n e s . c o m /
hands-feet
Chimpanzee Hand,
Disarticulated

Chimpanzee Hand,
Articulated, Rigid

Chimpanzee Hand,
Semi-articulated

Pan troglodytes

Pan troglodytes

Pan troglodytes

KO-303-D.............. &......$155.00

KO-303-A.............. &......$145.00

SC-003-184SA.............&$125.00

Hand

Feet

Human................................................................. H-04-F........................................$145.00
Orangutan........................................................... KO-202-D...................................$155.00
Mandrill Baboon................................................. SC-010-24-D..............................$155.00
Gorilla.................................................................. KO-208-D...................................$155.00
Siamang............................................................... KO-149-D...................................$145.00
Rhesus Macaque................................................ SC-137-184-D............................$145.00
Vervet Monkey.................................................... SC-069-184-D............................$145.00
Weeping Capuchin Monkey............................... SC-263-184-D............................$145.00
Black Spider Monkey......................................... SC-265-184-D............................$145.00

F-04-F..................................................$145.00
KO-204-D............................................$155.00
SC-010-29-D.......................................$155.00
KO-209-D............................................$155.00
KO-148-D............................................$145.00
SC-137-185-D.....................................$145.00
SC-069-185-D.....................................$145.00
SC-263-185-D.....................................$145.00
SC-265-185-D.....................................$145.00

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PRIMATE POSTCRANIAL

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Chimpanzee Male,
Calvarium Cut
Pan troglodytes

8 " L, 5 " W, 6 " H

BC-292......... $279.00
Chimpanzee
Male, Endocast
Pan troglodytes

4 L, 3 W, 3 H

KO-292-E......$139.00
Chimpanzee
Male, Brain
Pan troglodytes

4 " L, 3 " W, 3 " H

KO-292-B..... $210.00

We consider it a unique
opportunity to cast a
chimpanzee skull with
its calvarium cut. To
also have the associated
brain and endocast available offers a rare opportunity to further study this
important primate.

PRIMATE ENDOCASTS
1. Gorilla, Adult Male
Gorilla gorilla

5" L, 3 " W, 3 " H

KO-229..... $139.00
2. Bonobo, Adult Male

Cranial endocasts provide a representation of the area inside the cranial cavity, which allows for an estimate of the volume of the brain. They provide the details of the outer surface of the brain, taking into
account that the space within the cavity is also filled with soft tissue structures such as blood vessels and
nerves. Because endocasts are useful for comparing relative sizes of different areas of the brain, they are
instrumental in evolutionary study. We would like to thank Ralph Holloway, Professor of Anthropology at
Columbia University, for the opportunity to cast these rare endocasts.

Pan paniscus

4 " L, 3 " W, 3 " H

KO-227..... $139.00
3. Borneo Orangutan,
Adult Male

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Pongo pygmaeus

4 " L, 3 " W, 3 " H

KO-232..... $139.00
4. Siamang, Adult Male
Symphalangus (Hylobates)
syndactylus

3" L, 2 " W, 2" H

KO-230..... $139.00
5. Chimpanzee, Adult Female
Pan troglodytes

4 " L, 3 " W, 3" H

KO-231..... $139.00
6. Silvery Gibbon, Adult Male
Hylobates moloch

2 " L, 2 " W, 1 " H

KO-228..... $139.00

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PREMIUM CHIMPANZEE
AND ENDOCASTS

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Human Hand, Adult


Male, Articulated, Rigid

Human Foot, Adult Male,


Articulated, Rigid

Human Foot, 5-year-old


Child, Articulated, Rigid

Human Hand, 5-year-old


Child, Articulated, Rigid

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

H-02-M...... $135.00

F-02-M...... $135.00

KO-185....... $98.00

KO-184....... $98.00

Bonobo Hand,
Articulated, Rigid

Bonobo Foot,
Articulated, Rigid

Siamang Hand,
Articulated, Rigid

Siamang Foot,
Articulated, Rigid

Chimpanzee Hand,
Articulated, Rigid

Chimpanzee Foot,
Articulated, Rigid

Pan paniscus

Pan paniscus

Symphalangus
syndactylus 5

Pan troglodytes

Symphalangus
syndactylus 6

Pan troglodytes

10

KO-124-A...$145.00

KO-125-A...$145.00

KO-149-A...$135.00

KO-148-A...$135.00

KO-303-A...$145.00

KO-304-A...$145.00

Gorilla Hand,
Articulated, Rigid

Gorilla Foot,
Articulated, Rigid

Orangutan Hand,
Articulated, Rigid

Orangutan Foot,
Articulated, Rigid

Gorilla gorilla

Gorilla gorilla

Pongo pygmaeus abelii

Pongo pygmaeus abelii

11

13

13

14

KO-208-A.............. &$145.00

KO-209-A.............. &$145.00

KO-202-A.............. &$145.00

KO-204-A.............. &$145.00

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PRIMATE HANDS AND FEET

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1. Gorilla Hand,
Left, Male

7. Gorilla Foot,
Left, Female

Gorilla gorilla

12

Gorilla gorilla
10

LC-05........ $175.00

LC-10........ $155.00

2. Orangutan
Hand, Left, Male

8. Orangutan Foot,
Left, Female

Pongo pygmaeus

12

Pongo pygmaeus
9

LC-07........ $175.00

LC-12........ $155.00

3. Gorilla Hand,
Right, Female

9. Chimpanzee
Hand, Right, Male

Gorilla gorilla

10

Pan troglodytes
12

LC-09........ $155.00

LC-23........ $140.00

4. Orangutan Hand,
Right, Female

10. Gibbon Hand,


Left

Pongo pygmaeus

Hylobates lar
4

LC-11........ $155.00

LC-13.......... $70.00

5. Gorilla Foot,
Right, Male

11. Gibbon Foot,


Right

Gorilla gorilla

10

Hylobates lar
4

LC-06........ $175.00

LC-14.......... $70.00

6. Orangutan Foot,
Right, Male

12. Chimpanzee
Foot, Right, Male

Pongo pygmaeus

Pan troglodytes
10

12

LC-08........ $175.00

1.

1.

5.

9.

2.

6.

10.

3.

7.

11.

4.

8.

12.

LC-24........ $140.00
1. Gorilla Head, Female (Life Cast)

2.

Gorilla gorilla

10 L, 8W, 5 H

LC-25........ $140.00
2. Orangutan Head, Male (Life Cast)
Pongo pygmaeus

16 L, 12 W, 8 H

LC-26........ $140.00
3. Gorilla Head, Female (Life Cast)
Gorilla gorilla

9 L, 9 W, 5 H

LC-22........ $140.00
4. Gorilla Head, Male (Life Cast)
Gorilla gorilla

12 L, 8 W, 5 H

LC-21........ $140.00
3.

4.

Human Hand, Right, Male


Homo sapiens

7 x 4

LC-17........ $140.00

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PRIMATE LIFE CASTS

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Set of 6 Primate Skulls

BC-1234-SET..........$1,254.00

Human BC-016

Orangutan BC-002B

Gorilla BC-001

Siamang BC-047

Chimpanzee BC-003

Bonobo BC-123

ORANGUTAN AND CHIMPANZEE


Each Set contains near term fetal skull, which shows the beginning eruption of incisors and early molars
The set also contains pelvis, humerus, femur, cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae.
Chimpanzee Infant,
11 months
Pan troglodytes
5 L, 3 W, 5 H

Fetal Orangutan Set of Skull


and Postcranial Bones
COMP-206-SET.... &$395.00

BC-207..... $170.00

KO-206-SET.Postcranial Bones
as shown.............. &$276.00
KO-206-P Pelvis... &$130.00
BC-206 Skull........ &$135.00

Orangutan Infant,
11 months

Fetal Chimpanzee Set of


Skull and Postcranial Bones
COMP-205-SET.... &$395.00

Pongo pygmaeus

5 L, 3 W, 5 H

BC-208..... $170.00

KO-205-SET

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PRIMATE GREAT APES

KO-205-SET. Postcranial Bones


as shown.............. &$276.00
KO-205-P Pelvis... &$130.00
KO-206-SET BC-205 Skull........ &$135.00

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1. Bonobo Female
Pan paniscus
7 L, 4 W, 5 H

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

BC-123...........$218.00
2. Siamang, Male, X-large
Symphalangus (Hylobates)
syndactylus 5 L, 4 W, 3 H

BC-290.....$180.00
3. Siamang, Female
Symphalangus (Hylobates)
syndactylus 5 L, 3 H, 4 W

BC-047.....$170.00
4. Bonobo, Male
Pan paniscus
7 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-252.....$210.00
5. Chimpanzee Male
Pan troglodytes
8 L, 6 W, 6 H

BC-003.....$218.00
6. Chimpanzee Female
Pan troglodytes
7 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-248.....$208.00
7. Gorilla Female
Gorilla gorilla
9 L, 7 W, 7 H

BC-035.....$230.00
8. Borneo Orangutan Male
Pongo pygmaeus
10 L, 7 W, 8 H

BC-002B..$235.00
9. Sumatra Orangutan Male
Pongo pygmaeus abelii
10 L, 7 W, 9 H

BC-002S...$245.00
10. Orangutan Female
Pongo pygmaeus
7 L, 4 W, 6 H

BC-255.....$210.00
11. White-handed Gibbon
Hylobates lar
4 L, 2 W, 3 H

BC-291.....$180.00
12. Orangutan Brain
Pongo pygmaeus
4 L, 3 W, 3 H

KO-287.....$210.00
13. Gorilla Male
Gorilla gorilla
12 L, 7 W, 9 H

BC-001.....$270.00
14. Gorilla Male X-large
Gorilla gorilla
14 L, 7 W, 10 H

BC-036.....$290.00
15. Mountain Gorilla Male
Gorilla gorilla beringei
12 L, 7 W, 8 H

BC-124.....$310.00

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PRIMATE GREAT APES

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1. Hanuman Langur
Semnopithecus entellus
5 L, 4 W, 4 H

1.

BC-084..... $179.00
2. Rhesus Macaque
Macaca mulatta
5 L, 4 W, 4 H

4.

BC-137..... $160.00
3. Vervet Monkey
Cercopithecus pygerythrus
4 L, 3 W, 3 H

BC-069..... $160.00

2.

4. Howler Monkey Hyoid


Alouatta pigra palliata
An extra large hyoid, it allows this large
New World monkey to make its voice
heard across a distance of two miles.
2 L, 1 W, 1 H

KO- 179...$55.00
5. Howler Monkey
Alouatta villosa palliata
5 L, 3 W, 5 H

BC-017..... $168.00

3.

5.

6. Weeping Capuchin
Cebus olivaceus
3 L, 2 W, 2 H

6.

7.

BC-263..... $140.00
7. Black Spider Monkey
Ateles paniscus
Found in the Amazon rain forest, it gets its
name from the length of its spindly limbs.
4 L, 2 W, 3 H

BC-265..... $150.00

Baboon

8.

9.

10.

11.

8.Mandrill Baboon Female


Mandrillus sphinx
6 L, 4 W, 4 H

BC-261..... $190.00
9. Mandrill Baboon Male
Mandrillus sphinx
11 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-010..... $228.00
10. Chacma Baboon Female
Papio ursinus
Found on the savannahs of southern
Africa, it has a dog-like muzzle,
which motivates one of its common
names, the Dog-faced Monkey.
7 L, 4 W, 4 H

BC-259..... $190.00
11. Chacma Baboon Male
Papio ursinus
Able to run 35-40 mph, these
primates also possess sharp
hearing and eyesight.
9 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-258..... $218.00

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LESSER PRIMATES

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Tarsier
Tarsius syrichta
1 L, 1 W, 1 H

Tamarin
Saguinus oedipus
2 L, 1 W, 1 H

Owl Monkey
Aotus trivirgatus
2 L, 1 W,1 H

Pygmy Marmoset
Cebuella pygmaea
1 L, 1 W, 1 H

Mouse Lemur
Microcebus murinus
1 L, W, H

BC-050....... $82.00

BC-080....... $98.00

BC-109..... $109.00

BC-081....... $98.00

BC-136....... $90.00

Small Primates Set


Set of 5 lesser primate skulls:

COMP-108............. &$499.00
A. BC-050 Tarsier
B. BC-080 Tamarin
C. BC-109 Owl Monkey
D. BC-081 Pygmy Marmoset
E. BC-136 Mouse Lemur
S-COMP-108 Custom
Base included

Ring Tail Lemur


Lemur catta
3 L, 2 W, 2 H

This set includes


Madagascars tiny Mouse
Lemur, the Southeast Asian
Tarsier, and three New
World species: the big-eyed,
nocturnal Owl Monkey, the
Cotton-top Tamarin, and
the smallest living monkey,
the Pygmy Marmoset.

Aye-Aye Skull

Aye-Aye Arm

Daubentonia madagascariensis

Daubentonia madagascariensis

About the size of an


average house cat.
3 L, 2 W, 2 H

Arm has an elongated


middle finger.
9

BC-163.....$170.00

KO-163.....$165.00

Saki Monkey Skull


Pithecia pithecia
2 W, 3 L, 2 H

Slow Loris
Nycticebus coucang
2 L, 1 W, 1 H

Indri
Indri indri
4 L, 2 W, 2 H

Sifaka Lemur
Propithecus verreauxi
3 L, 2 W, 2 H

BC-304.....$145.00

BC-264.......$92.00

BC-282.....$145.00

BC-284.....$145.00

BC-087..... $119.00

BC-266.......$92.00

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Slender Loris
Loris tardigradus
Found in forests of
Southern India and Sri
Lanka. 2 L, 1 W, 1 H

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LESSER PRIMATES

59

Postcranial parts list available.


Refer to our website
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Gorilla Skeleton, Articulated

Orangutan Skeleton, Articulated

Gorilla gorilla
Each bone-over 180 pieces-has been individually cast
from a very large male Silverback Lowland Gorilla.
It has beenexpertly finished and mounted
in a conventional knucklewalk
position. We are licensed by the Philadelphia Zoo,
which received a portion of sales.
48 L (stance), 26 W, 48 H

Pongo pygmaeus abelii


From a male Sumatra Orangutan, with an impressive
sagittal crest. This species is larger than the Borneo
Orangutan. These animals have impressive canine teeth
and the longest snout of the great apes. Restricted to
the lowland swamp forests in Borneo, and a small part of
Sumatra, this endangered species verges on extinction.
5 tall

SC-028-A.................... &$4,800.00

SC-002-A..................... &$4,800.00

Gorilla Skeleton, Disarticulated


SC-028-D.................... &$2,950.00

Orangutan Skeleton, Disarticulated


SC-002-D......................&$3,000.00

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GORILLA AND
ORANGUTAN SKELETONS

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1.

2.

Chimpanzee Skeleton, Articulated


Pan troglodytes

3.

This specimen, having weighed over


120 lbs and standing 5 1/2 feet tall, is
a particularly large male. A robust and
lively ape, the chimpanzee has the ability
to create and use tools. They produce
a wide variety of communicative sounds
and gestures and have a complex
social structure. Chimpanzees spend
time on both land and in trees, but
do most of their sleeping in trees.

1. Quadruped, Articulated
34 L, 19 W, 31 H

SC-003-A............... &$3,000.00

2. Disarticulated
SC-003-D............... &$2,000.00

3. Bipedal Chimpanzee,
Articulated
Pan troglodytes

4 9 tall (on stand)

SC-003-BP............ &$3,000.00

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CHIMPANZEE SKELETON

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Bonobo Skeleton, Articulated

Siamang Skeleton, Articulated

Pan paniscus

Symphalangus (Hylobates) syndactylus

A 9-year-old female from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


Sometimes called the pygmy chimpanzee, the smaller Bonobo species
is distinct from the common chimpanzee, P. troglodytes. Humans,
chimpanzees, and bonobos share a common ancestry, with humans
splitting off around 6 million years ago. Exclusively licensed to Bone
Clones by the San Diego Natural History Museum, a percentage of the
sales goes to the Museum to further its research.
45 tall

The smallest of the great apes, Gibbons and Siamangs are known for
their remarkable gymnastic ability and extremely long arms. While they
have much in common, several characteristics distinguish the Siamang
from Gibbons. Most noticeably is its impressive throat sac, which
inflates to a size equal to the size of its head. The Siamang also has
webbing connecting its second and third digits.
30 tall

SC-123-A............... &........$3,300.00

SC-047-A............... &..........$2,250.00

Bonobo Skeleton, Disarticulated


SC-123-D.......................&$2,000.00

Siamang Skeleton, Disarticulated


SC-047-D............... &..........$1,750.00

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BIPEDAL APE SKELETONS

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Old World and New World Monkeys


The term Old World Monkey refers to monkeys of Africa and Asia. New World Monkey
refers to those found in The Americas. Generally, New World Monkeys live in tropical
environments and are smaller than their counterparts in other continents and are primarily
arboreal. Old World Monkeys are generally larger in size and prefer ground dwelling. All
monkeys are primarily herbivorous and are considered to be intelligent.
From afar, size is a distinguishing external characteristic between these two types of
Monkeys. Up close it is noticeable that in Old World Monkeys (who share the infraorder of
Catarrhini with humans and apes), the nose faces down and the nostrils are closer together
than in the New World Monkeys (Platyrrhini), whose nostrils are further apart and open to
the side.
Though both groups of monkeys share a similar diet, their dental morphology seems to have
diverged. Some, but not necessarily all, New World Monkeys have long, prehensile tails
useful for suspension in the trees while freeing up the hands for grabbing food. Old World
Monkeys do not have prehensile tails but do have opposable thumbs. These ground dwellers have also developed roughened bottoms that offer protection while sitting and sleeping
on the ground.
Another noted difference between these two groups of primates is their care of their young.
In New World Monkeys, the father often has greater involvement in rearing than is found in
Old World Monkeys.
Bone Clones, Inc. currently produces 23 monkey skulls include the Pygmy Marmoset, Howler
Monkey, Weeping Capuchin, Tamarin, and Owl Monkey of the New World, as well as the
Hanuman Langur, Rhesus Macaque, and Vervet Monkey of the Old, plus others. Each of
the five skeletons that we offer have been meticulously cast and prepared for detailed comparisons of primate characteristics present in skeletal structures.
Mandrill Baboon Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-010-D.............$2,000.00

Mandrill Baboon
Skeleton, Articulated
Mandrillus sphinx

33 L, 12 W, 8 H

SC-010-A....$3,300.00

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New World Monkey Skeletons


1.

2.

Base and Stand Included

1. Weeping Capuchin,
Articulated

4. Black Spider
Monkey, Articulated

Cebus olivaceus
27 L, 8 W, 11 H

2. Weeping Capuchin,
Disarticulated

3. Black Spider
Monkey, Disarticulated

Cebus olivaceus

Ateles paniscus

Ateles paniscus
33 L, 11 W, 18 H

SC-263-A............... &$2,250.00

SC-263-D............... &$1,650.00

SC-265-D............... &$1,650.00

SC-265-A............... &$2,250.00

3.

4.

Base and Stand Included

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NEW WORLD
MONKEY SKELETONS

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Old World Monkey Skeletons


5.

6.

Base and Stand Included

5. Vervet Monkey,
Disarticulated

6. Vervet Monkey,
Articulated

7. Rhesus Macaque,
Articulated

8. Rhesus Macaque,
Disarticulated

Chlorocebus aethiops

Chlorocebus aethiops
30 L, 9 W, 13 H

Macaca mulatta
24 L, 9 W, 15 H

SC-137-D............... &$1,650.00

SC-069-A..............$2,250.00

SC-137-A............... &$2,250.00

SC-069-D............... &$1,650.00

7.

Macaca mulatta

8.

Base and Stand Included

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MONKEY SKELETONS

65

1. African Leopard
Panthera pardus
Living also in Asia,
these large cats are
mostly nocturnal
and solitary.
10 L, 6 W, 5 H

1.

2.

3.

4.

BC-060..... $195.00
2. Jaguar
Panthera onca
Ranging from the
southwestern United
States to South
America, the Jaguar
is the best climber
of all the big cats.
11 L, 7 W, 6 H

BC-057..... $195.00
3. Siberian
Tiger, Male
Panthera tigris altaica
The Siberian Tiger is
the largest member
of the cat family.
15 L, 10 W, 7 H

BC-008.....$295.00
Stand sold separately.

S-BC-008....$40.00
4. African Lion
Panthera leo
From the plains of
Africa, this great
hunter is known for
its sociable lifestyle,
unlike the other
great cats.
13 L, 9 W, 6 H

BC-054.....$295.00
Stand sold separately.

S-BC-054....$40.00

Common House Cat

Bobcat

Cheetah

Felis catus
(Felis domesticus)
4 L, 2 W, 2 H

Felis rufus
From Canada throughout the U.S. to
southern Mexico, Bobcats are successful
hunters of small animals and reptiles.
5 L, 3 W, 2 H

Acinonyx jubatus
Known for its great speed, the Cheetah
is the fastest land animal living today.
7 L, 5 W, 4 H

BC-131............$80.00

BC-079...................................$190.00

BC-146E.....................................$75.00
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MODERN CATS

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African Lion, X-large

New

Panthera leo
15 L, 11 W, 7 H

BC-286 ...................... $310.00

Bengal Tiger

New

Panthera tigris tigris


13 L, 9 W, 6 H

BC-289..... $295.00

Clouded Leopard, Male

Snow Leopard

Neofelis nebulosa
Highly endangered and rare, Clouded
Leopards boast the longest proportional
canine teeth of any great cat.
6 L, 4 W, 3 H

Uncia uncia
Living in the mountain ranges of Central
Asia from China to the Himalayas, Snow
Leopards are highly endangered.
8 L, 5 W, 4 H

BC-005..... $150.00

BC-056..... $190.00

BC-015..... $195.00
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Cougar
Felis concolor
Known by many names, this large cat makes
its home in mountains, deserts and jungles
throughout North and South America.
9 L, 6 W, 4 H

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MODERN CATS

67

Madera Finish

Sabertooth Cat Skeleton,


Tarpit, Articulated
Smilodon fatalis (californicus)
A full skeleton (231 pieces) of the
majestic Sabertooth Cat (Smilodon
fatalis) from the La Brea Tar Pits in
Los Angeles. Licensed to Kronen
Osteo / Bone Clones by the Los
Angeles County Museum of Natural
History. A portion of the sales
goes to further their work.
67 L, 20 W, 53 H
Stand included.

SC-018T-A............. &$7,800.00
Insert photo: Madera Finish
SC-018M-A.............$7,800.00
Sabertooth Cat Skeleton, Tarpit,
Disarticulated
SC-018T-D............. &$5,500.00
Sabertooth Cat Skeleton,
Antique, Articulated
SC-018A-A............ &$6,800.00
Sabertooth Cat Skeleton,
Antique, Disarticulated
SC-018A-D............ &$4,800.00

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FOSSIL CATS

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American Lion, Tarpit

Sabertooth Cat, Tarpit

Felis atrox
Found in the La Brea Tar Pits, this 14,000 year old fossil is
considered the largest species of cat ever to have roamed the Earth.
This individual is thought to have been 900 pounds. Licensed to Bone
Clones by the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.
19 L, 12 W, 9 H. Stand sold separately.

Smilodon fatalis (californicus)


The largest, most complete specimen ever found in the La Brea Tar Pits
in Los Angeles, California. This skulls impressive fangs measure 6
(with roots, 10). Sabers are removeable. Licensed to Bone Clones by
the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.
13 L, 7 W, 6 H. Stand sold separately.

BC-019T................ &$425.00

BC-018T................ &$295.00

Saber, Single
12

American Lion, Antique


BC-019A................ &$370.00

Sabertooth Cat, Antique


BC-018A................ &$270.00

KO-212.......$17.00
See page 112

Sabertooth Cat,
South American
Smilodon populator
Smilodon populator is the largest
of its genus. Found in the eastern
part of South America.
13 L, 8 W, 7 H
Stand sold separately.

BC-103..... $295.00
Sabertooth Cat,
South American
Smilodon populator

Sabers, pair (from BC-103)


KO-103P..... $32.00
See page 112

Sabertooth Cat, Dinictis


Dinictis felina
Approximately 35 million years
old, this rare specimen is from
the Brule Formation in South Dakota.
Stand included.
7 L, 4 W, 4 H

Detail from BC-067T


showing sabers removed.
Sabertooth Cat, Deluxe
Smilodon fatalis
Found in the 1930s across the street from the La Brea Tar Pits,
this individual is remarkable in that it has its septum intact and has
virtually no reconstruction. Our molding and casting process captured
the nasal cavity, with its septum as well as the cavities where the
sabers go. The sabers are complete and removable.
Stand sold separately.
13 L, 8 W, 6 H

BC-030.....$210.00

BC-067T.............$300.00

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FOSSIL CATS

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The Art of the Model Maker


The University of Aberdeen Zoology Museum exhibits an interesting and beautiful collection of anatomical and zoological models dating from the 19th century to the present.
They title their exhibit The Art of the Model Maker. The Museums web page www.abdn.ac.uk/
zoohons/models provides a fascinating history of this specialized artistry that replicates biological
and anatomical forms.
In the 1800s materials like plaster, papier mache, wood and fabrics were used to recreate the natural
forms. In Dresden, Germany, a father and son applied their glass blowing techniques to the creation
of glass models of animals and plants. In France, a young medical student developed sophisticated
anatomical models. In small family workshops in France and Germany, amateur naturalists with an
eye for the artful created unique objects that endure today. These models became useful teaching
tools for the medical or biology student of the time. Each model was a meticulous, one-of-a-kind
representation of the original.
As materials and techniques progressed in the 20th century, the art of the model maker continued to
evolve. Although the copies used today in learning about human anatomy and animal osteology,
for example, are still sometimes referred to as models, they are created by forming a mold of the
original that in turn produces identical, multiple copies which are commonly referred to as replicas.
Bone Clones is honored to have been selected by the Aberdeen Zoology Museum to represent the best
of the 21st centurys model makers. We think you will find visiting their website and exploring the links a
memorable experience.

Bone Clones...A busy place!


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SHOWROOM

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The Babiarz Institute of Paleontological Studies, Inc. has one of the finest collections of fossil cats. Bone Clones
has replicated quite a few excellent examples from their collection, including the rare Xenosmilus skeleton.

Sabertooth Cat,
Homotherium

Sabertooth
Cat, Chinese

(nihowanensis)
11 L, 10 W, 5 H

Homotherium cf. crenatidens


Early to mid-Pliocene
(3 MYA).
14 L, 5 W, 6 H

Machairodus
giganteus
14 L, 8 W, 7 H

BC-106..... $325.00

CB-06....... $390.00

Sabertooth Cat,
Chinese Megantereon
nihowanensis

Panthera palaeosinensis

Megantereon cultridens

BC-294..... $475.00

Ancestral Lion
10 L, 5 W, 5 H

Sabertooth Cat, Chinese


Megantereon #2

Sabertooth Cat, Xenosmilus

Cave Lion

Xenosmilus hodsonae

Panthera spelaea

13 L, 7 W, 6 H

These large, conical-toothed cats of the


North American Ice Age were a relative
of the present day African Lion.
15 L, 10 W, 7 H

Megantereon nihowanensis

BC-104..... $425.00

CB-20....... $320.00

BC-113..... $475.00
All Stands sold separately

Late Miocene to earliest


Pleistocene (6 - 9 MYA),
10 L, 4 W, 5 H

BC-102..... $330.00

Sabertooth Cat, Juvenile


Machairodus giganteus

Late Miocene, China. Living


approximately 4.5 to 5 MYA.
8 L, 4 W, 3 H

BC-117..... $370.00
Sabertooth Cat,
Hoplophoneus
Hoplophoneus occidentalis
Orellan-Whitneyan
(33-30.5 MYA),
South Dakota.
A very rare species.
11 L, 5 W, 5 H

CB-18....... $325.00
Sabertooth Cat,
Eusmilus
Eusmilus sicarius

30.5-25.5 MYA
7 L, 3 W, 3 H

CB-07....... $300.00

Sabertooth Cat, Xenosmilus Skeleton, Articulated


Xenosmilus hodsonae Pleistocene (Irvingtonian) (1.7-1 MYBP), Florida.

7 feet long Stand included.

SCB-012-A............ &$9,000.00
Skeleton, Disarticulated
SCB-012-D............ &$6,500.00

Stands $40.00 each

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Animal Pathology

Two-faced Calf
BC-246................$675.00

Bos taurus 8 W, 9 L, 5 H

Comparative Pathology
Set, Deer Jaws

Comparative Pathology
Set, Goat Cannon
Bones (metatarsals)

Odocoileus virginianus
This specimen suffered from
an affliction commonly called
Actinomycosis, the result of
an infection of the jaw.

Capra hircus
Severe bone infection or
metabolic bone disease.

Comparative Pathology
Set, Baboon Femurs
Papio sphinx
Gunshot wound pathology,
shattering the diaphysis.

FO-403......................$105.00

FO-402..................$68.00

FO-401......................$105.00

Comparative Pathology
Set, Coyote Tibias
and Fibulas Joined
Canis latrans
Trauma sustained by impact
with a vehicle. Visible
deformation of the bone.

FO-404...................$70.00

Typical stands have a metal base and rod with a resin cradle. Cradles are custom designed for a specific skull, and are not interchangeable.
See www.boneclones.com/catalog-stands for list of stands available and prices.

1.

2.

3.

4.

1. BH-033 on stand:
S-BH-033......$35.00

2. BC-302 on stand:
S-BC-302$35.00

3. BC-104 on stand:
S-BC-104......$40.00

4. Generic Stand
From $35.00 to $40.00

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ANIMAL PATHOLOGY
AND MISC.

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Dog, English Bulldog

Dog, French Bulldog

Canis familiaris
7 L, 5 W, 4 H

Canis familiaris
5 L, 4 W, 3 H

Gray Fox Urocyon


cinereoargenteus
4 L, 2 W, 2 H

Canis familiaris
7 L, 4 W, 3 H

BC-128.....$160.00

BC-139.....$160.00

BC-144E.....$68.00

BC-260.....$180.00

Dog, Saluki

Red Wolf Canis rufus


A very rare North American wolf.
9 L, 4 W, 3 H

Maned Wolf

Dog, Airedale

Canis familiaris
7 L, 3 W, 3 H

Chrysocyon brachyurus
9 L, 5 W, 4 H

Canis familiaris
7 L, 4 W, 3 H

BC-126.....$160.00

BC-147.....$158.00

BC-024.....$160.00

BC-127.....$160.00

Dog, White Bull Terrier

Coyote

Mexican Wolf

Siberian Wolf, Male

Dire Wolf Antique

Canis latrans
7 L, 3 W, 3 H

Canis lupus baileyi


9 L, 5 W, 4 H

Canis lupus
12 L, 7 W, 6 H

Canis dirus
12 L, 6 W,5 H

BC-143E.....$72.00

BC-172.....$190.00

BC-004.....$190.00

BC-020A.....$205.00

Dog, Great Dane

Dog, St. Bernard

Dog, Pitbull

Spotted Hyena

Canis familiaris
11 L, 6 W, 6 H

Canis familiaris
11 L, 5 W, 6 H

Canis familiaris
9 L, 6 W, 4 H

Crocuta crocuta
12 L, 7 W, 5 H

BC-022.....$160.00

BC-023.....$160.00

BC-186.....$180.00

BC-032.....$210.00

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CANIDS

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Grizzly Bear, Average Size


Ursus arctos
14 L, 8 W, 7 H

BC-285.....................$325.00

American Black Bear


Ursus americanus
Found from Alaska to Mexico.
11 L, 7 W, 5 H

BC-099.................. &...........$188.00
American Black Bear, Economy
BC-099E................ &...........$158.00

Grizzly Bear, Male Ursus arctos


This skull at 28 , is larger than the official
Boone and Crocket record measurement of
27 5/16. 18 L, 10 W, 10 H

BC-021...........................$375.00
Black Bear Claws
(right front),
set of 5

Black Bear Paw


(right front),
complete

Ursus americanus

Ursus americanus 9

KO-076....... $60.00

KO-075..... $140.00

Polar Bear Thalarctos maritimus


This particular specimen is considered the second-largest
Polar Bear skull ever found. 18 L, 11 3/16 W, 8 H
BC-063..........................$375.00

Cave Bear Canine

Cave Bear

Short-faced Bear

Ursus spelaeus

Ursus spelaeus

Arctodus simus

20 L, 12 W, 10 H

KO-132....... $30.00

BC-132...........$375.00

Removeable upper canines. Stand sold separately.


19 L , 12 W, 11 H

BC-114.............$575.00
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BEARS

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Short-faced Bear, Articulated,


Upright Position
12 tall

SC-114-A............... &..$19,000.00
Stand for Short-faced Bear,
Upright Position
S-SC-114............... &.......$850.00

Short-faced Bear Canines, Pair


Arctodus simus yukonensis

KO-115P.............................$65.00
Short-faced Bear Canine, Single
5

KO-115S...............................$35.00

Short-faced Bear, Articulated, Quadruped Position


Arctodus simus
Arctodus simus (Cope-1897) became extinct 11,000 years ago. Specimens have been
found in several locations from Mexico to Alaska. These bears were extremely large,
and weight estimates have been in excess of 1300 lbs. This individual died 28,000 years
ago and was approximately 5 feet at the hip, standing about 12 feet tall. Both upright
and quadruped versions are available, as are all postcranial parts. Please inquire.
8 L, 4 H

Short-faced Bear Paw

SC-114-A.......................&$19,000.00

Arctodus simus
14

Short-Faced Bear, Disarticulated


SC-114-D.......................$14,500.00

KO-114W...........$350.00
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FOSSIL SHORT-FACED BEAR

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Giraffe Skull and Neck


Vertebrae
with Stand and Base

Giraffe Skull and Neck


Vertebrae
with Stand

Giraffa camelopardalis 7

Giraffa camelopardalis 7

SC-034-AB ......... $1,880.00

SC-034-A ............$1,530.00

Giraffe Skull and Neck


Vertebrae Stand
S-15-S ................... $200.00

Giraffe Skull and Neck


Vertebrae Base
S-15-B ....................$350.00

Disarticulated Giraffe
Skull
and Neck
Vertebrae
Giraffa camelopardalis

SC-034-D......$1,330.00
Giraffe Neck
Vertebrae, Set of 7
KO-225-7.........$750.00
Giraffe Neck
Vertebra, Single
Giraffa camelopardalis

14 L, 5 W, 7 H

KO-225...........$120.00
Giraffe Skull
Giraffa camelopardalis

This is a particularly large


specimen, beginning
to show the bony
development over the
skull. The sutures are
still visible, however,
indicating a relatively
young animal.
28 L, 12 W, 18 H

BC-034.........$650.00

(Please note that product is shipped unassembled.)

Okapi Skull Okapia johnstoni


The closest relative to the Giraffe, the
Okapi also has two bony projections for
horns that are part of the skull. Reflecting
the age of the specimen, this skull has
many nuances of color in the skull,
teeth and horn tips. 18 L, 6 W, 10 H

BC-039.....................................$400.00
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GIRAFFE AND OKAPI

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Capybara Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris

Common Armadillo

Rock Rabbit (Pika)

The Capybara is the largest rodent


in the world. This skull comes from
an exceptionally large individual.
10 L, 5 W, 6 H

Dasypus novemcinctus
The armadillo can hold its breath for
several minutes, which allows it to
walk across the floor of small bodies
of water. 1 L, 1 W, H

Ochotona collaris
Quite abundant but not often seen,
Pikas have a long fossil history dating
back to the Paleocene epoch.
1 L, W, 1 H

BC-288.......$80.00

BC-088.......$90.00

BC-061.........$190.00

Jack Rabbit

Echidna

Lepus townsendii
The white-tailed Jack Rabbit is
not really a rabbit, but a hare.
3 L, 1 W, 2 H

Tachyglossus aculeatus
Echidnas, like the platypus, are
mammals that lay eggs.
4 L, 2 W, 1 H

BC-145E...........$52.00

BC-296.......$95.00

Common American
Beaver

Fairy Armadillo

Castor canadensis
5 L, 4 W, 4 H

Chlamyphorus truncatus
1 L, 1 W, H

BC-283.......$80.00

BC-101E..........$72.00

Platypus Skeleton,
Articulated
Ornithorhynchus anatinus
Known as the Duck-Billed
Platypus, it is perhaps the
strangest animal known. It lays
eggs, yet suckles its young. It
has fur like a seal, a tail like a
beaver and a bill like a duck.
Oddest of all are the large,
hollow spurs on its rear feet,
which are connected to venom
glands. Base available.

SC-026-A..................$575.00
Platypus Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-026-D.. $390.00
Platypus Skull
Ornithorhynchus anatinus
4 L, 2 W, 1 H

BC-026................$92.50
Platypus
Base, Wood
23 L, 9 W, 1 H

S-07............$55.00

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77

Horse Skeleton, Male, Articulated


Equus caballus
This individual was a large, retired
police horse. Fully articulated in
easy-to-assemble sections.
Special packing and shipping
required, not included in price.

SC-125-A............... &$12,000.00
Horse Skeleton, Disarticulated
SC-125-D.................&$6,600.00
Horse Front Leg, Articulated,
with Scapula on Base
SC-125-67-AS............&$929.00
Horse Front Leg, Disarticulated
SC-125-67-DS............&$706.00
Horse Hyoid
Equus caballus
9 L, 3 W, 2 H

SC-125-HY............ &.....$115.00
Flex Horse Foot
(Hoof, P2 & P1)
Equus caballus
3 L, 3 W, 6 H

SC-125-FOOT............&$240.00

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HORSE SKELETON

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Raccoon

Ringtail

Vampire Bat

Procyon lotor
4 L, 2 W, 2 H

Bassariscus astutus
2 L, 1 W x 1 H

Desmodus rotundus
1 L, W, H

BC-142E..........$72.00

BC-158E..........$62.00

BC-048.......$69.00

Black-footed Ferret

Skunk

Two-toed Sloth

Mustela nigripes
2 L, 1 W, 1 H

Mephitis mephitis
3 L, 1 W, 1 H

Choloepus hoffmanni
4 L, 3 W, 2 H

BC-055.............$94.00

BC-148E..........$50.00

BC-098.......$98.00

Giant Anteater
Myrmecophaga tridactyla
Fierce fighters, Anteaters can use their
sturdy claws to defend themselves.
14 L, 2 W, 2 H

Doe Deer Odocoileus virginianus


11 L, 4 W, 5 H

Javelina
Tayassu tajacu
The Javelina is a smallish pig-like animal
found in portions of the Americas.
9 L, 3 W, 5 H

BC-100.................. &$145.00
Doe Deer, Economy

BC-100E................ &$135.00

BC-157E................ &$140.00

BC-011.................. &$160.00

Giant Modern Armadillo

Wolverine Gulo gulo

Horse

Priodontes maximus
Found in South America, this is the
largest of all the armadillos (120 lbs.).
7 L, 3 W, 3 H

Related to Ferrets and Weasels.


7 L, 4 W, 3 H

Equus caballus
24 L, 9 W, 13 H

BC-090.................. &$155.00

BC-125................ &$325.00

BC-089.................. &$145.00
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NEW WORLD MAMMALS

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Economy North American Mammals

one Clones quality at an economical price. Our goal with this series is to produce affordable replicas so that a new
generation of nature enthusiasts can learn about animals and anatomy. While care is taken to ensure the major features
of the skull are preserved, the small details of the neural passages may not be opened, making it possible to produce
a more economical replica that is still an excellent teaching aide. In many cases we have also introduced the claws of the
corresponding species. We think these will be a useful addition to the teaching repertoire of any teacher of young students.
BC-146E................... Bobcat.................................page 66
BC-143E................... Coyote.................................page 73
BC-144E................... Gray Fox..............................page 73
BC-099E................... Black Bear...........................page 74
BC-101E................... Beaver.................................page 77
BC-145E................... Jack Rabbit.........................page 77

BC-142E................... Raccoon..............................page 79
BC-148E................... Skunk...................................page 79
BC-158E................... Ringtail................................page 79
BC-100E................... Doe Deer..............................page 79
BC-157E................... Javelina...............................page 79
See our Cougar & Grizzly Bear in our regular product line.

Fruit Bat Wing


Pteropus
poliocephalus
This wing comes from
the largest of the bat
family, also known
as the Flying Fox.
20

KO-180..... $160.00

Fruit Bat
Pteropus poliocephalus
This small skull comes
from the largest of the bat
family and has particularly
vicious-looking teeth.
2 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-007....... $80.00

Flying Lemur Skeleton,


Articulated
Cynocephalus variegatus
The Flying Lemur (or Colugo)
is not a true lemur, and its
flight is more like gliding.
27 L, 20 W, 10 H

SC-049-A...$595.00
Koala
Phascolarctos cinereus
Early members of the
Koala family lived 15
million years ago.
6 L, 3 W, 3 H

BC-066..... $154.00

Flying Lemur
Skeleton, Disarticulated
SC-049-D...$400.00
Flying Lemur
Cynocephalus variegatus
2 L,1 W, 1 H

BC-049....... $90.00

Muntjac
Muntiacus reevesi
Also called the Barking
Deer, the Muntjac is
relatively common
in its home range of
China and Taiwan.
9 L, 4 W, 4 H

BC-164..... $180.00

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MISC. MAMMALS

Elephant Shrew

Tree Shrew

Elephantulus rufescens

Named for its long, flexible snout,


the Elephant Shrew ranges
from Somalia to Tanzania.
1 L, W, H

Tupaia glis
The Tree Shrew physically
resembles a very small squirrel
and has a long bushy tail.
2 L, 1 H, 1 W

BC-082....... $80.00

BC-083....... $80.00

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About the
Solenodon
The Solenodon family
contains one surviving
genus and two endangered species, both of
which we are proud to
offer. Unique among
mammals is their ability
to produce toxic saliva. A special groove
in the second incisor
carries the poison to
their victims (similar to
Gila Monsters).

Solenodon, Haitian
Solenodon paradoxus

3 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-053.............$84.00
Rock Hyrax

Meerkat

Procavia capensis

Suricata suricatta

Solenodon, Cuban

A small mammal resembling


a rodent, the Hyrax is actually
closely related to the Elephant
and Manatee. It has long
incisors and molars similar
to a tiny rhinoceros.
3 L, 2 W, 3 H

Related to the Mongoose, this


African species lives in colonies,
often sitting up like prairie dogs.
They forage with their tails held
highly erect in order to keep
track of one anothers location.
2 L, 1 W, 1 H

Solenodon cubanus

BC-070..................$115.00

BC-042........................$84.00

3 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-052............$84.00

Giant Panda

Lesser Panda

Ailuropoda melanoleuca

Ailurus fulgens

Licensed to Bone Clones by the


Philadelphia Academy of Science.
11 L, 8 W, 6 H

Found throughout the Himalayas, the Lesser


Panda is also known as the Red Panda.
4 L, 3 W, 2 H

BC-025..................................$270.00

BC-086......................$145.00

Tasmanian Devil

Chinese Water Deer

Tasmanian Wolf

Sarcophilus harrisii

Hydropotes inermis

Thylacinus cynocephalus

Found only on the island of Tasmania, this


compact marsupial is equipped with bonecrunching molars and a muscular physique.
6 L, 4 W, 3 H

Originally from China and Korea, they


are relatively small and lack antlers.
Their large canine teeth are more saberlike than ordinary deer canines.
6 L, 3 W, 3 H, (2 tusks)

The largest carnivorous marsupial of recent times


- now considered extinct - was last observed,
circa 1936, in a rain forest in Tasmania.
9 L, 5 W, 4 H

BC-013..... $145.00

BC-012...........................$165.00

BC-091....................$150.00
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Sumatra Rhinoceros
Horns, Pair
KO-251....$170.00
Asian Elephant Tooth

Sumatra Rhinoceros
Horn, Large

Elephas maximus
5 L, 2 W, 5 H

4 high, 4 base

KO-313..... $170.00

KO-251L....$110.00
Sumatra Rhinoceros
Horn, Small
2 high, 3 base

KO-251S ....$75.00

Sumatra Rhinoceros Skull with Horns


Dicerorhinus sumatrensis
Highly endangered, there are perhaps only 300 left in the world. The Sumatra Rhinoceros
is considered to be the oldest mammal living, dating back some 30 million years.
22 L, 12 W, 14 H

African Elephant Tooth

BC-051-H.............. &$790.00 Skull with Horns


BC-051.................. &$650.00 Skull without Horns

KO-045..... $150.00

Loxodonta africana
12

White Rhinoceros Skull with Horns


Weighing around 3000 pounds, the
name White Rhinoceros is a misnomer,
based on the incorrect translation of a
word that actually means wide.
31 L, 14 W, 20 H

BC-058H................ &$1,190.00
White Rhinoceros Skull
Ceratotherium simum
Skull without horns.

BC-058...................$950.00

Black Rhinoceros
Horns, Pair

White Rhinoceros
Horns, Pair
KO-221....$318.00

Diceros bicornis

KO-252P... $290.00

White Rhinoceros
Horn, Large

Black Rhinoceros
Horn, Large

24 long, 8 base

KO-221L....$190.00

18 long, 5 base

KO-252L... $175.00

White Rhinoceros
Horn, Small
11 long, 7 base

KO-221S....$155.00

Black Rhinoceros
Horn, Small
9 long, 6 base

KO-252S... $140.00

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RHINOCEROS

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Pygmy Hippopotamus
Choeropsis liberiensis
The Pygmy Hippo is
one-third the size of the
larger, common Hippo
and is much rarer.
14 L, 9 W, 10 H

BC-076..............$400.00

Pygmy Hippopotamus
Teeth
Choeropsis liberiensis
A full set of 10
Hippopotamus teeth
from our Pygmy Hippo
skull, BC-076.

KO-007S............$220.00
Hippopotamus Teeth Hippopotamus amphibius
A full set of 12 Hippopotamus teeth
from our large skull, BC-037.

KO-006S................ &...$400.00
Hippopotamus Canine, large
Hippopotamus amphibius
This lower canine is the largest tooth from our
large Hippopotamus skull, BC-037. 28

KO-006.................. &.....$80.00
Hippopotamus Hippopotamus amphibius
A vegetarian, the Hippopotamus can weigh 3
tons, grow to 14 feet long and stand 5 feet high.
30 L, 20 W, 20 H

BC-037.................. &$1,350.00

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HIPPOPOTAMUS

83

Florida Manatee Skull

Florida Manatee, Articulated

Trichechus manatus
Manatees (sometimes called Sea Cows) are largely herbivorous, it
may sometimes feed on fish or invertebrates. With a torpedo-like
shape, they average 10 feet long and weigh around 1,000 lbs. We
were able to retain all parts of this complex skull, including the inside
of the braincase
14 L, 8 W, 9 H

Manatees are members of the order Sirenia, from the Latin Siren.
Could it be that this massive, half ton mammal fueled the mermaid
myth? Certainly, the Manatees tail inspires our image of the mermaid,
as does the up and down swimming movement achieved with this wide
paddle. These gentle animals are more closely related to Elephants,
Hyraxes and Aardvarks than to seemingly similar cetaceans (whales
and dolphins).
7 8 L

BC-046.................. &$375.00

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MANATEE SKELETON

SC-046-A $8,900.00
SC-046-D $7,700.00

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2.

3.

4.

1. Ganges River Dolphin Platanista gangetica

5.

Living in muddy waterways of India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh,


the Ganges River Dolphin (also known as Susu) is almost blind.
18 L, 7 W, 6 H

BC-184.................. &$360.00
2. Atlantic Bottle-nose Dolphin Tursiops truncatus
20 L, 10 W, 8 H

BC-033...................$375.00
3. False Killer Whale Pseudorca crassidens
23 L, 14 W, 10 H

BC-044.................. &$590.00
4. Dugong Dugong dugon
6.

The Dugong is in the order Sirenia.


16 L, 9 W, 9 H

BC-097.................. &$375.00
5. Bottlenose Dophin Pectoral Fin Tursiops truncatus
16 L, 5 W, 2 H

KO-233.................. &$150.00
6. Seal Forelimb Phoca vitulina
KO-285.................. &$290.00
7. Manatee Forelimb Set Trichechus manatus
32

KO-146.................. &$300.00
7.

Manatee Humerus
8

KO-146-B.............. &..$95.00
Manatee Flipper, Articulated Includes radius and ulna.
12

KO-146-H.$145.00
Manatee Scapula
11

KO-146-S.............. &..$90.00
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MARINE MAMMALS

85

Narwhal Tusks
Monodon monoceros

9 tall

KO-256................................$539.00
6 tall

KO-254................................$439.00

Harbor Seal

Sea Otter

Phoca vitulina

Enhydra lutris

8 L, 5 W, 4 H

5 L, 4 W, 3 H

BC-085..... $180.00

BC-014..... $145.00

Walrus Skull with Tusks

Walrus Tusks, Pair

Odobenus rosmarus

Odobenus rosmarus

Removable tusks.
26 L, 11 W, 8 H

Tusks from Walrus


skull, BC-108. 26

BC-108.............$500.00

KO-031..... $325.00

Humpback Whale Vertebra


and Intervertebral Discs

Humpback Whale
Thoracic Vertebral Disc

Megaptera novaeangliae

10 Diameter, Thick

26 H, 33 W, 11 H

KO-255-DISC........ &$85.00 each

KO-255..... $650.00
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MARINE MAMMALS

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Babirusa Tusks, Set of 4


The odd canines give rise to
its name literal translation
pig-deer.
9 around the curve

KO-286-4.....$120.00
A member of the pig family,
the Babirusa is found in the
rainforests on some of the
Indonesian islands. Its most
striking feature is its two sets of
tusks. The lower set looks normal
enough, protruding from the
lower jaw and aiming upwards,
good for offensive attack. The
upper set of canines, however,
looks more like antlers, erupting
from the upper jaw and circling
back to its skull, sometimes
penetrating it.

Babirusa Skull
Babyrousa babyrussa

11 L, 6 W, 5 H

BC-251.........$325.00

Warthog Tusks, Set of 4


Four record-size tusks from our
Warthog Skull, BC-041. Largest
20 long

KO-224-4................$150.00
Warthog Skull
Phacochoerus aethiopicus

This giant male possesses the


worlds largest tusks,
nearly 20 long. The large warts
on the males head and face are
actually cartilaginous bumps of
tissue that protect the face and
eyes from injury during fights
with other male warthogs.
16 L, 9 W, 9 H

BC-041.................. &$370.00

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WARTHOG AND BABIRUSA

87

Harpy Eagle Leg


KO-243..... $160.00
Harpy Eagle Skull
BC-043..... $155.00
Harpy Eagle Skeleton, Articulated
Harpia harpyja

This huge bird of prey is the largest of the


eagles, by weight. It has a 6-foot wingspan,
and enormous legs, feet and talons.
Stand included.
82 wingspan, 4 W, 26 L

SC-043-A............... &$1,690.00
Harpy Eagle Skeleton, Disarticulated
SC-043-D............... &$1,300.00

Brown Kiwi Skeleton and Egg, Articulated


Apteryx mantelli (formerly Apteryx australis)

Found only in New Zealand, the small Kiwi is closely related to


the Ostrich, from Africa, the Emu from Australia, the Cassowary
from New Guinea and the Rheas from South America. We are
grateful to the Zoological Society of San Diego for lending us
this remarkable specimen for casting. 18 L, 8 W, 12 H

SC-165-A............... &$960.00
Brown KiwI Skull
Apteryx mantelli

8 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-165.................. &$150.00
Brown Kiwi Egg
Apteryx mantelli

3 W, 5 H

KO-182.................. &$38.00

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BIRD SKELETONS

BC

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Elephant Bird Skeleton,


Articulated

About the Elephant Bird

Aepyornis maximus

The Elephant Bird is considered the largest bird in


history. Possibly existing for nearly 2 million years
in Madagascar, it faced extinction by the middle of
the 17th century. The ancestors of the Elephant Bird
may have arrived in Madagascar during the Miocene,
as early as 24 million years ago. Related to other
flightless birds like the ostrich and emu, this heavyset herbivore measured approximately 10 feet and
1,000 pounds, three times the weight of an 8-foot
ostrich. This member of the ratites (Running Birds),
was known locally in the 1600s as Vouron Patra.
These birds were hunted by local inhabitants, and
may have been seen by the first Europeans to visit
the island. Likely not a fast runner as indicated by the
relative lengths of its leg bones, it may have relied on
its massive size and pointed beak to defend itself.

8 tall

SC-241-A...........$18,000.00
Elephant Bird
Egg Stand
36

KO-241-S.............. &$500.00
Elephant Bird
Egg and Stand
KO-241-SE............ &$690.00

Bone Clones offers this skeleton fully articulated as


shown, colored to match the original bone as found.
Custom mounting is available.

Elephant Bird,
Disarticulated
Aepyornis maximus

SC-241-D.....$14,400.00
Elephant Bird Skull
Aepyornis maximus
12 L, 5 W, 5 H

BC-241.............$360.00

Giant Elephant Bird Egg


The Giant Elephant Bird, from
Madagascar, became extinct
in about 1700. It was and is the
largest bird known to man, weighing
900 lbs and standing 10 feet tall. Its
egg is also the largest known--15
times larger than an Ostrich egg
and 10,000 times larger than a
Hummingbird egg.
12 L, 9 W

KO-005.............$195.00

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ELEPHANT BIRD SKELETON

89

Set of 6 Raptor Talons


A. Harpy Eagle

About Birds Of Prey

B. Golden Eagle
C.. Bald Eagle

Birds that hunt, or prey on other animals, are


called birds of prey or raptors. They use their
beaks and talons to capture other birds, small
mammals and reptiles. Some, like hawks,
eagles, and falcons are diurnal, while others,
like owls, are nocturnal. These Bone Clones
are perfect replicas of several examples of
these birds, and along with the talons and/or
eggs of the same species, make an excellent
instructional aid.

D. Red-tailed Hawk
E. Great Horned Owl
F. Peregrine Falcon
KO-024.................. &...................$45.00
A real savings when purchased as a set.

Peregrine Falcon Set

Red-tailed Hawk Set

Barn Owl Set

Falco peregrinus

Buteo jamaicensis

Tyto alba

Skull, Egg and Talon

Skull, Egg and Talon

Skull, Egg and Talon

BC-096-SET.......... &$147.00

BC-078-SET.......... &$145.00

BC-153-SET.......... &$132.00

Peregrine Falcon Skull

Red-tailed Hawk Skull

Barn Owl Skull

Considered the fastest animal on earth,


they have been clocked at speeds
in excess of 180 miles per hour.
3 L, 1 W, 1 H

Sometimes with tails the color of brick,


Red-tail are the most common hawk in
North America. They perch in high places
and are often seen on telephone poles.
3 L, 2 W, 1 H

Like all owls, Barn Owls have acute eyesight


and hearing, legs that are feathered to claws
and primary flight feathers that have a soft
saw-toothed edge allowing for silent flight.
3 L,1 W, 1 H

BC-078.................. &$125.00

BC-153.................. &$105.00

BC-096.................. &$125.00

Bald Eagle Set

Great Horned Owl Set

Golden Eagle Set

Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Bubo virginianus

Aquila chrysaetos

Skull, Egg and Talon

Skull, Egg and Talon

Skull, Egg and Talon

BC-068-SET.......... &$155.00

BC-072-SET.......... &$135.00

BC-073-SET.......... &$155.00

Bald Eagle Skull

Great Horned Owl Skull

Golden Eagle Skull

Native to North America and our national


symbol, its wingspan can reach over 7 feet.
5 L, 2 W, 2 H

The Great Horned Owl is found throughout


the Americas and is the largest of the owls.
3 L, 2 W, 2 H

North Americas largest bird of prey,


with a wingspan of over 7 feet.
4 L, 2 W, 2 H

BC-068.................. &$130.00

BC-072.................. &$115.00

BC-073.................. &$130.00

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BIRDS OF PREY

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Andean Condor
Vultur gryphus

6 " L, 2 " W, 2 " H

BC-297..... $150.00

1. Secretary Bird
Sagittarius serpentarius

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8 L, 1 W, 2 H

BC-254..... $150.00
2. Burrowing Owl
Speotyto cunicularia

Burrowing Owls reside


in open, dry grasslands
and deserts and dwell in
underground burrows.
1 L, 1 W, H

BC-155..... $105.00
3. Barred Owl
Strix varia

The Barred Owl shares


an unusual characteristic
with some other owls -non-bilaterally symmetrical
ear structures.
3 L, 2 W, 1 H

BC-154..... $105.00
4. California Condor
Gymnogyps californianus

The California Condor


is the largest flying bird
in North America, with a
wingspan of 9 1/2 feet.
6 L, 2 W, 2 H

BC-077..... $150.00
5. Harpy Eagle
Harpia harpyja

5 L, 1 W, 2 H

BC-043..... $155.00
6. Osprey
Pandion haliaetus

One of the most


abundant birds of prey,
living on all continents
except Antarctica.
3 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-166..... $110.00
7. American Kestrel
Falco sparverius

1 L,1 W, H

BC-242..... $100.00
8. Short-eared Owl
Asio flammeus

2 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-245..... $105.00
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BIRDS OF PREY

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1. Wreathed Hornbill

4. Horned Puffin

Aceros undulatus

Fratercula corniculata

The Wreathed Hornbill ranges from India,


China, Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra to
neighboring Java and Bali.
7 L, 2 W, 3 H

The Horned Puffin is one of the most common birds


in the North Atlantic. It sheds the outer layers of its
bill as winter approaches.
3 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-174..... $180.00

BC-162..........$140.00

2. Toco Toucan

5. Roseate Spoonbill
Platalea ajaja

Ramphastos toco

From eastern South America, the Toco


Toucan is the largest member of its family,
Ramphastidae. These birds live high in
the treetops and are noted for their large,
beautiful yellow bills, which often reach
over 7 inches long and are very light,
made of an interlocking honeycomb of air
pockets.
8 L, 2 W, 2 H

Found in the southeast U.S. from Florida to


Texas, Roseate Spoonbills inhabit swamps
and mudflats, where they use their unusual
bills to scoop up plants, insects and small fish.
7 L, 2 W, 1 H

BC-173..... $180.00

BC-065..... $155.00

Flamingo Skull and Neck

3. Black Hornbill

Phoenicopterus ruber

Anthracoceros malayanus

Relative to the size of its body, the Flamingo


has the longest legs and neck of all birds.
23 Tall

6 L, 1 W, 2 H

The Black Hornbill is fairly common in


Thailand and, like most Hornbills, the males
seal the incubating females into a tree
hollow, allowing a small opening for food.
After the young are hatched, the female
leaves the hollow and reseals the young
inside until they are ready to fly.
8 L, 2 W, 4 H

BC-306 ...............$150.00

BC-175..... $180.00

BC-306-N.............$210.00
Flamingo Skull
Phoenicopterus ruber

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BIRDS

BC-177..... $180.00
6. American White Pelican
Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

16 L, 3 W, 3 H

7. Hyacinth Macaw
Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus

From Brazil, the Hyacinth is


the largest of all macaws.
5 L, 2 W, 3 H

BC-029..... $165.00
8. Scarlet Macaw
Ara macao

3 L, 2 W, 2 H

BC-310..... $165.00

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1. Common Snipe

2. Blue Jay

Gallinago gallinago

Cyanocitta cristata

Common Snipes are found


throughout the world. 3

Blue jays are most common


in the eastern U.S. 2

BC-171....... $79.00

BC-170....... $79.00

3. Northern Cardinal

4. American Robin

Cardinalis cardinalis

Turdus migratorius

Northern Cardinals are


prolific throughout North
and Central America. 1

American Robins are


common throughout North
and Central America. 2

BC-167....... $79.00

BC-168....... $79.00

5. Raven

6. Crow

Corvus corax

Corvus brachyrhynchos

The largest of the crow


family, Ravens can have
a lifespan of 50 years.
4 L, 2 W, 1 H

3 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-074..... $115.00

Spheniscus magellanicus

7. Pileated Woodpecker

The Magellan Penguin comes


from southern South America.
5 L, 2 W, 2 H

Dryocopus pileatus

The largest woodpecker


found in North America.
4 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-075..... $100.00
8. Magellan Penguin

BC-062..... $140.00

BC-112..... $118.00

1. Scarlet Ibis
Eudocimus ruber

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2.

3.

4.

The Scarlet Ibis is related to the


Spoonbills. 7 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-176..... $180.00
2. Great Blue Heron
Ardea herodias

Related to storks, the Great Blue Heron


is the largest heron in North America.
8 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-161..... $140.00
3. Yellow-billed Cuckoo
Coccyzus americanus

Yellow Billed Cuckoos are found


from North America through South
America. They have zygodactylous
feet, 2 toes point backward
and 2 point forward.
2

BC-169....... $79.00
4. Sandhill Crane
Grus canadensis

Sandhill Cranes are common from Alaska


through the U.S., Cuba and Siberia.
8 L, 1 W, 2 H

BC-134..... $138.00
5. Sacred Ibis
Threskiornis aethiopicus

Fossil Ibises date back 60 million years.


The ancient Egyptians considered
the Sacred Ibis a god, and it appears
in the hieroglyphic record.
8 L, 1 W, 2 H

BC-192..... $180.00
5.
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BIRDS

93

Roadrunner

Ruby-throated Hummingbird Skull and Egg

Geococcyx californianus

Stand included.

3 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-151-SET.................$75.00

BC-243..... $115.00
Roadrunner Foot
Geococcyx californianus

3 L, 1 W, 1 H

KO-113....... $35.00
Glaucous Gull
Larus hyperboreus

5 L, 1 W, 1 H

BC-244..... $130.00

Ruby-throated Hummingbird Skull


Archilochus colubris

Often found in gardens of the eastern and central


U.S., the Ruby-throated Hummingbird winters in
tropical rainforests. Reaching a length of only 3 inches,
hummingbirds are the smallest birds in the world
and are well known for their ability to fly backward.
1 L

BC-151....... $69.00
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Egg
Stand included.
L, W

Kori Bustard
Ardeotis kori

9 L, 2 W, 2 H

KO-030......... $9.00

BC-221..... $160.00

Ostrich Foot, Articulated

Wattled Crane Half-leg

Wattled Crane Leg

Harpy Eagle Leg

Struthio camelus

Bugeranus carunculatus

Bugeranus carunculatus

The Ostrich can grow to be 6 to


8 feet tall and has only two toes.
8 L, 4 W, 12 H

An excellent economical
version of our full Crane
leg life-cast, KO-134.
12

29 L x 4 W

From our skeleton, SC-043.


17

KO-134..........$195.00

KO-243................$160.00

KO-203.......................$115.00

KO-134-H...........$110.00
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BIRDS

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A set of 36 eggs, consisting of our product numbers


KO-401 through KO-436. All eggs are shipped
unmounted, each with its own display stand.

North American Bird Egg Set

KO-400..... $765.00

01. KO-411 Golden Eagle 3 x 2 .................. $29.00


02. KO-417 Canada Goose 3 11/16 x 2 5/16. . $27.00
03. KO-405 Whooping Crane 3 x 2 ........ $32.00
04. KO-424 Common Loon 3 x 2............... $27.00
05. KO-410 Bald Eagle 3 x 2 ...................... $29.00
06. KO-418 Red-tailed Hawk 2 x 1 ......... $27.00
07. KO-419 Great Blue Heron 2 x 1 ....... $25.00
08. KO-412 Great Egret 2 x 1 ................. $27.00
09. KO-435 Eastern Turkey 2 x 1 ........... $27.00
10. KO-432 Osprey 2 x 1 . ....................... $31.00
11. KO-429 Great Horned Owl 2 x 1 .......... $25.00
12. KO-431 Snowy Owl 2 x 1 . .................... $24.00
13. KO-413 Peregrine Falcon 2 x 1 5/16........ $27.00
14. KO-409 Mallard Duck 2 x 1 . ............. $27.00
15. KO-428 Barn Owl 1 x 1 5/16................. $24.00
16. KO-408 Rock Dove 1 x 1 3/16. ............. $20.00
17. KO-406 American Crow 1 x 1 . ......... $22.00
18. KO-430 Eastern Screech Owl 1 x 1 . $21.00
19. KO-422 American Kestrel 1 x 1 ....... $21.00
20. KO-423 Killdeer 1 x 1. .......................... $20.00
21. KO-407 Mourning Dove 1 3/16 x .......... $18.00
22. KO-434 Whip-poor-will 1 x ................... $19.00
23. KO-420 Blue Jay 1 x ............................. $18.00
24. KO-415 Northern Flicker 1 x ................ $20.00
25. KO-433 European Starling 1 x . ........... $19.00
26. KO-402 Northern Cardinal 1 x ............. $18.00
27. KO-425 Western Meadowlark 1 x ........ $18.00
28. KO-427 American Robin 1 x ................ $19.00
29. KO-421 Scrub Jay 1 x .......................... $18.00
30. KO-401 Eastern Bluebird 1 x ............... $18.00
31. KO-426 Northern Mockingbird 1 x ...... $19.00
32. KO-404 Brown Headed Cowbird 1 x ... $20.00
33. KO-403 Gray Catbird 1 x ...................... $18.00
34. KO-414 House Finch x ..................... $18.00
35. KO-436 House Wren x ...................... $19.00
36. KO-416 American Goldfinch x . ....... $18.00

Kori Bustard Egg


Ardeotis kori

3 x 2

KO-439.......$30.00

King Penguin
Egg

Horned
Puffin Egg

Aptenodytes
patagonicus

Fratercula
corniculata

4 x 3

2 x 1

KO-181.......$39.00

KO-438.......$30.00

Marbled
Murrelet Egg
Brachyramphus
marmoratus
2 5/16 x 1
KO-437....$29.00
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California
Condor Egg

Giant Elephant
Bird Egg

Gymnogyps
californianus

Aepyornis maximus

4 x 3

KO-005..... $195.00

12 L, 9 W

KO-017.......$40.00

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BIRD EGGS

95

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6.

1. Parsons Chameleon
Chamaeleo parsonii

The largest chameleon in the


world, exceeding 30 in length.
3 L, 1 W, 2 H

BC-138....... $48.00
4. Gila Monster

2. Moloch
(Life Cast)
Moloch horridus

Molochs (also known as Thorny Devils


or Mountain Devils) are found in arid to
semi-desert regions of inland Australia.
5

3. Tuatara
Sphenodon punctatus

From New Zealand, the Tuatara


has remained virtually unchanged
for some 130 million years.
2 L, 2 W, 1 H

BC-028................$120.00

CTOM-01..........................$160.00
6. Komodo Dragon

Heloderma suspectum

This and the Beaded Lizard are


the only poisonous lizards in the
world. This skull is cast from a large
and old specimen with excellent
teeth and epidermal knobs.
3 L, 2 W, 1 H

5. Shingleback (Life Cast)

Varanus komodoensis

Tiliqua rugosa

This skull contains erupting teeth


stained to match the original.
From our skeleton, SC-027.
9 L, 4 W, 3 H

BC-006..... $125.00

CTOM-02..........................$240.00

Among the largest of the Australian


Skinks, its tail resembles its
head, which fools predators.
13

BC-027................$230.00

Komodo Dragon Skeleton Articulated

Komodo Dragon Claw

Varanus komodoensis

Varanus komodoensis

The largest lizard living today. 10 long

SC-027-A..........................$4,200.00
Komodo Dragon Skeleton
Disarticulated
SC-027-D.............$3,000.00

KO-002......... $8.50

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REPTILES

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1. Python

1.

Python reticulatus

This non-venomous constrictor is the longest in the world


along with the new world Anaconda.
5 L, 3 W, 2 H

BC-118..................$195.00
2. Anaconda
Eunectes murinus

The Anaconda is considered by many to be the largest


snake in the world. This skull is from a 26 snake.
5 L, 4 W, 3 H

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5.

6.

7.

BC-119..................$195.00
3. Giant Chinese Salamander
Andrias davidianus

Giant Salamanders grow to 5 feet and are among the most


primitive amphibians living today, virtually unchanged in
4 million years.
4 L, 4 W, 1 H

BC-122.................. &$98.00
4. Alligator Snapping Turtle
Macroclemys temminckii
8 L, 7 W, 5 H

BC-271.................$185.00
5. Loggerhead Sea Turtle
Caretta caretta

Found in large numbers in the Atlantic


from Florida to the Carolinas.
11 L, 8 W, 6 H

BC-064.................$185.00
6. Gaboon Viper
Bitis gabonica

From Africa, the Gaboon Viper has the largest head and
the longest fangs of any poisonous snake in the world.
5 L, 3 W, 3 H Stand included.

BC-121..................$195.00
7. King Cobra
Ophiophagus hannah

The King Cobra is the largest of all the cobras, reaching a


length of 18 feet.
3 L, 2 W, 2 H Stand included

BC-179..................$195.00
Goliath Frog Skeleton,
Articulated Conraua goliath
From West Africas cascading
mountain streams, this is the largest
frog in the world. The Goliath Frog,
weighing over 7 pounds, with a body
length of 12 1/2 inches (measuring
over 3 feet from nose to toe),
has a 10-foot leap.This particular
individual is reported to be of record
size with a body length of 12 .

SC-094-A............... &....$525.00
Goliath Frog Skeleton,
Disarticulated
SC-094-D....................&$420.00

Goliath Frog Skull


Conraua goliath

5 L, 4 W, 2 H

BC-094.........................&$95.00

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REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS

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Nile Crocodile Crocodylus niloticus

Nile Crocodile Crocodylus niloticus

From its namesake in Africa, this individual was 14 long.


26 L, 14 W, 9 H

The Nile Crocodile, whose body shape has remained


fairly constant over the last 65 million years, is a
member of the group called archosaurs.
30 L, 17 W, 10 H

BC-038.....$560.00

BC-273.........$580.00

Nile Crocodile Tooth


Crocodylus niloticus
4 " L

KO-159...........$15.00

Crocodylus porosus

Stand sold separately,


see our website at www.boneclones.com

33 L, 16 W, 10 H

S-BC-229.............. &$225.00

Saltwater Crocodile
BC-229.........$630.00

Dwarf Crocodile

Saltwater Crocodile, Small

Osteolaemus tetrapis

Crocodylus porosus

Smallest of the crocodilians.


8 L, 5 W, 3 H

BC-278.....................$150.00

6 L, 2 W, 2 H

BC-009........$165.00

American Crocodile
Crocodylus acutus

33 " L, 13 " W, 8 " H

BC-272..............$580.00

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CROCODILIANS

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Alligators and Crocodiles

American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis

12 L, 5 W, 3 H

20 L, 9 W, 6 H

BC-105..........................$185.00

BC-129..........................$340.00

American
Alligator Tooth
Alligator mississippiensis

3 L

KO-160............$15.00

American Alligator
Alligator mississippiensis

29 L, 14 W, 9 H

BC-262..............$580.00

Gavial
Gavialis gangeticus

From India, also known as the Gharial, this


species grows up to 20 feet long.
30 L, 10 W, 5 H

BC-045..... $575.00

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CROCODILIANS

99

Dire Wolf, Tarpit

Mosasaur Skull Platecarpus planifrons

Mosasaur Skull and Neck

Canis dirus
12 L, 6 W,5 H

A medium-sized mosasaur that lived


approximately 86 MYA during the late
Cretaceous Period. 15 L, 5 W, 6 H

Platecarpus planifrons

BC-020T................ &$220.00
BC-020A...............$205.00

21 L, 5 W, 6 H

BC-160-N.............. &$725.00

BC-160.................. &............$525.00

Tyrannosaurus rex,
1/9 Scale Sculpted Model

Fossil Giant Beaver, Tarpit


Castoroides ohioensis

The Giant Beaver became


extinct about 10,000 years ago.
Although it ranged from Alaska
to Florida, there have been
very few specimens found.
13 L, 9 W, 10 H

Giant Fossil Hyena Dinocrocuta gigantea


18 L, 10 W, 9 H
BC-223..........$390.00

Stand included.
6 L, 3 W, 4 H

CN-01...........................&$179.00

BC-071T...................$325.00

Thoosuchus

Sarcosuchus Sarcosuchus imperator


Living during the Cretaceous period (65-144
MYA), the Supercroc had an estimated body
length of 40 feet, and a skull over 5 feet
long. Shown here with full size human skull.
57 L, 33 W, 18 H

Thoosuchus sp.

This 230 million-year-old amphibian


superficially resembles modern crocodilians
except it has palatine teeth like
modern amphibians.
5 L, 3 W, 1 H

BC-156.................. &$6,200.00

BC-040.................. &$60.00
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FOSSILS

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Mammoth Tusks, Pair


Mammuthus primigenius

From our Mammoth skull, BC-159.


Each tusk is 7 feet long.

BC-159-P............... &$650.00
Mammoth Tusk, Single
7 feet long

BC-159-S............... &$335.00

Woolly Mammoth
Mammuthus primigenius
Mammoths belong to the order Proboscidea, which also includes the American Mastodon and the African and Indian Elephant. The
larger species of Mammoth, which appeared about 4 MYA, became extinct about 10,000 years ago, while some of the smaller species
existed until about 4,000 years ago. The specimen here is a Woolly Mammoth discovered in Alaska. Chosen for its quality and size, our
specimen was probably a female. The smaller size makes it more manageable for teaching as well as exhibits. We are grateful to the
Babiarz Institute of Paleontological Studies for the opportunity to cast this individual. Special packing and shipping required. Oversize
shipping charges will apply. The custom Display Stand as shown S-BC-159 is available separately. 28 L, 19 W, 31 H, 7 tusks

Woolly Mammoth Skull BC-159..............................$5,200.00


Woolly Mammoth Stand S-BC-159............................$395.00

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MAMMOTH

101

Megalodon Shark Jaw, Assembled


80" H x 101" W, Jaw opening: 56 With 3-5 rows of 46 teeth per row.

BC-295-A3...&.....$24,000.00
BC-295-A4...&.....$26,000.00
BC-295-A5...&.....$27,000.00
Carcharocles megalodon, or Megalodon Shark, inhabited the warm coastal waters of the world approximately 17 million years ago to about 2 million years ago. The specimens from which these teeth came are
estimated to have lived about 10 MYA. The teeth of the Megalodon are similar in shape to those of the
modern Great White Shark, Carchorodon carcharias, but are much larger and thicker and have finer serrations. Both C. megalodon and C. carcharias had a common boundary, although research suggests the
Great White frequented the cooler waters while Megalodon was found in warmer waters. Sometime following the Pliocene, as the ocean currents changed and the waters cooled, the now infamous C. megalodon
shark became extinct. The enormous size of the fossil teeth is reflected in the body size, with that of Megalodon approaching 60 in length, while the largest recorded modern Great White measured 19 6. All the
teeth (230 in the 5-row version) are cast from original Megalodon teeth and painstakingly secured to the jaw
frame one by one. The metal stands, as shown, are included along with a schematic of the layout. We are
grateful to Babiarz Institute of Paleontological Studies for lending us the original teeth which they selected
with meticulous care.

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MEGALODON JAW

Megalodon Shark
Jaw, Segment
On stand dimensions
29 L, 24 W, 31 H

BC-295-SEG............&$2,800.00

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Megalodon Shark Teeth Set of 46, Large


Carcharocles megalodon

Megalodon Shark Teeth, Set of 4, Large

Unmounted

Carcharocles megalodon

CB-11-46P............. &$1,850.00

A savings when purchased as a set.

KO-008-SET.......... &...........$210.00

Megalodon Shark Tooth


Carcharocles megalodon

This tooth is considered by many


to be the largest Megalodon tooth
ever found and documented.
7

KO-008....$75.00

Megalodon Shark Tooth


Carcharocles megalodon

An extremely large and


beautiful representation of
the Megalodon shark tooth
7

KO-008-2....$60.00
Megalodon Shark Teeth, Set of 46, Sulpher
Carcharocles megalodon

Miocene Era (10 MYA). This beautiful set of 46 teeth, from the
collection of Dr. Gordon Hubbell, is the most complete set of
associated Megalodon teeth ever found. The unusual color is due
to the phosphate mine from which it came. Dr. Hubbell estimates
these teeth came from a 40-foot Megalodon. Mounted as shown.
4 x 3

Megalodon Shark Tooth


Carcharocles megalodon

KO-008-3....$55.00

CH-31-46P............. &$1,650.00
Whirltooth Shark Teeth, in Matrix
Helicoprion bessonowi

Very little is known about this


unusual shark, except that the front
teeth grew in a spiral, containing
up to 180 teeth. This particular
specimen contains 131 teeth, and
is the genotype. 9 L, 10 W, 1 H

Megalodon Shark Tooth


Carcharocles megalodon

An excellent and economical


example of the
Megalodon tooth.
6

KO-001.................. &$130.00

KO-218......$39.00

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FOSSIL SHARK TEETH

103

About Teeth

Mammoths and Mastodons belong


to the order Proboscidea, which also
includes the African and Indian Elephants. The Mastodons teeth have
cone-shaped cusps and are built for
chewing leaves, twigs and other plant
species. The teeth of the Mammoth
have long ridges, suitable for grinding
grass. As is the case with all Proboscideans, a worn down set of teeth would
be replaced by another, for a total of six
sets during their lifetime.

Columbian Mammoth Tooth

Woolly Mammoth Tooth

Mammuthus columbi

Mammuthus primigenius

8 L, 3 W, 7 H

7 L, 2 W, 6 H

KO-198..... $180.00

KO-197..... $150.00

Mastodon Tooth

Mastodon Tooth

Asian Elephant Tooth, Large

Mammut americanum

Mammut americanum

4 L, 4 W, 4 H

8" L, 4 " W, 6 " H

KO-158............$95.00

KO-199.......$160.00

Elephas maximus
5 L, 2 W, 5 H

KO-313..... $170.00

1.4 MYA. Giant Sloths weighed up


to 6,000 pounds. Despite the size of
their very dangerous looking claws,
they were probably only used to strip
leaves or bark from plants. Examination
of their hip bones suggests that they
could stand on their hind legs to extend
their grazing as high as twenty feet.
Stand included.

Mastodon Vertebra
Mammut americanum

29" Long

KO-501.................. &$550.00

Giant Sloth Claw


Eremotherium eomigrans

23 on the curve

KO-157-S.............. &$215.00
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MISC. FOSSILS

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T-Shirts

Anthropology
T-shirt

Sabertooth Cat
T-shirt

Komodo Dragon
T-shirt

This t-shirt features


images of
Chimpanzee, Hominid
and Human skulls on
a chocolate colored
frame. T-shirt is khaki
colored.100% cotton.
S, M, LG, X-LG

Bone Clones
Sabertooth Cat
Skull encircled by a
white vignette on a
sand-colored T-shirt.
100% cotton.
S, M, LG, X-LG

Our Bone Clones


Komodo Dragon
Skeleton pictured
against a charcoal
gray T-shirt.
100% cotton.
S, M, LG, X-LG

TS-03S....... $20.00

TS-02K....... $20.00

TS-01A....... $20.00

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

1. Fossil Giant Sperm Whale Tooth

4. Stegosaurus Spike

Physeter macrocephalus
This extinct Sperm Whale is the largest of
the toothed whales and largest predator
ever to live. Adult males reached up to
60 feet in length, weighing 45 tons.
13 long, 11 circumference

Stegosaurus ungulatus

KO-042.....................$165.00

5. Apatosaur Claw, Rear

7. Diplodocus Chevron

From the caudal spine, probably number 1 of


4, this is one of the largest, most complete
and detailed Stegosaurus spikes found. 21

KO-015....................&$100.00

Holmesina floridanus

Dated at 1.2-1.8 million years old.


10 L, 5 W, 3 H

BC-214.....................$175.00

KO-003.........................$110.00
Allosaurus fragilis
The largest and most common carnivore
found in the large Morrison Formation in the
Western United States, widely regarded as
one of the best fossil beds in the world. The
Allosaurus is believed to be the Jurassic
precursor to the Cretaceous Tyrannosaurus.
8

Jurassic Age (144 MYA). This large


ungal measures 10 (25mm) and
is one of three claws from the rear
foot. Found in the Morrison Formation
in northeastern Wyoming. 12

KO-063.....................$125.00
3. Tyrannosaurus rex Claw
Tyrannosaurus rex

6. Tarbosaurus bataar Fossil Claw

Our Bone Clones replica was cast from


an original pes or foot claw discovered
in the late Cretaceous deposits of the
Hell Creek Formation in Montana. 7

Tarbosaurus bataar

KO-074.......................$39.00

Chevrons are a series of bones on the


underside of the tail of reptiles. 11 L, 4 W

8. Allosaurus Claw

Apatosaur sp.

2. Fossil Armadillo

Diplodocus sp.

KO-037...........................$46.00

Found in 2002 in the Nemegt Formation


of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia, this
claw is from the Mongolian equivalent
of the Tyrannosaurus rex.
4

9. Tyrannosaurus rex Tooth


Tyrannosaurus rex
13

KO-039...........................$70.00

KO-073.......................$45.00

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FOSSILS & T-SHIRTS

105

Stand sold separately, see our website at


www.boneclones.com/catalog-stands.htm

Great White Shark Jaw


Carcharodon carcharias

The original jaw was prepared by Dr. Gordon Hubbell, a leading researcher in
sharks, and featured often on The Discovery Channel. Dr. Hubbell estimates this
shark to have been a female that was 19 6 long. The jaw contains a total of 230
teeth (5 rows of 46). Requires special crating and shipping, not included in price.
30 High, 36 Wide, 21 jaw opening.

BC-095.................. &$2,390.00 (Jaw Only)

Table-top Stand for Great White Jaw (base included)


S-BC-095-1............ &............$190.00
Floor Stand for Great White Jaw
S-BC-095-2............ &............$190.00

Great White Shark Teeth, Set of 46

Great White Shark Tooth

Carcharodon carcharias

Carcharodon carcharias
The largest tooth from our Jaw, BC-095. 2

A full first row, containing 46 teeth, mounted in a glass-fronted Riker box.

KO-009...................................$300.00
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KO-223.................. &...$8.50
BC

GREAT WHITE SHARK JAW

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1. Stingray Jaw
Dasyatis sp.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

4 H, 6 W

BC-230.................$125.00

2. Sandbar Shark Jaw


Carcharhinus plumbeus

9 H, 11 W

BC-231..... $240.00

3. Zebra Bullhead Shark Jaw


Heterodontus zebra

3 H, 3 W

BC-232..................$115.00

4. Kitefin Shark Jaw


Dalatias licha

3 H, 4 W

BC-233.................$125.00

5. Shark Ray Jaw


Rhina ancylostoma

5 H, 8 W

BC-234..................$125.00

6. Sharpnose Sevengill
Shark Jaw
Heptranchias perlo

3 H, 5 W

BC-235.................$125.00

7. Shortfin Mako Shark Jaw


Isurus oxyrinchus

10 H, 9 W

BC-236.................$240.00

8. Zebra Shark Jaw


Stegostoma fasciatum

3 H, 4 W

BC-237.................$125.00

9. Bat Ray Jaw


Myliobatis californicus

5 H, 4 W

BC-238..................$115.00
9.

10.

11.

10. Port Jackson Shark Jaw


Heterodontus portusjacksoni

6 L, 6 W

BC-250..................$145.00

11. Great White Shark Jaw


Carcharodon carcharias

6 H, 9 W

BC-249...............$240.00

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SHARK JAWS

107

Whale Shark Jaw


Rhincodon typus
As the largest fish in the ocean, its ironic that the whale shark would choose
the smallest organisms, plankton, as their main nutritional source. It uses
about 5,000 tiny teeth to filter feed. The largest recorded whale shark was
forty feet in length, though they are thought to grow even larger. These sharks
can open their jaws to over three feet wide to maximize feeding.
26 H, 37 W

BC-307..... $750.00

Giant Squid Beak

Stingray Tail Spine

Tambaqui

Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni

Dasyatis sp.

Colossoma macropomum

2 L, 1 W, 2 H

8 L

From 8 L, 4 W, 7 H

KO-222............$95.00

KO-098....... $39.00

BC-120...................$295.00

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FISH

Tiger Shark Jaw


Galeocerdo cuvier
9 H , 11 W

BC-309......$325.00

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African Elephant Tooth


Loxodonta africana

Asian Elephant
Tooth, Large

This impressive molar from the


largest land mammal alive clearly
shows the large grinding surface area
used to break down the Elephants
herbaceous and woody foods.
12

Elephas maximus
Each massive molar is a
series of enamel ridges
(called lophs) covered with
cement, and is used to
grind highly fibrous food.

KO-045..........................$150.00

KO-313..... $170.00

Tyrannosaurus rex Tooth

Whale Tooth

Tyrannosaurus rex

Physeter macrocephalus

This serrated tooth was


capable of tearing through
the flesh of dinosaurs.
13

This extinct Sperm Whale


is the largest of the
toothed whales and largest
predator ever to live.
13 long, 11 circumference

KO-039................$70.00

KO-042....................$165.00

Set of 32 Human Teeth on Base


Homo sapiens

Full set of 32 human teeth.


Base included.

KO-164-SET.......... &..........$295.00
Walrus Tusks, Pair
Odobenus rosmarus

Tusks from our Walrus


skull, BC-108. 26

KO-031.............................$325.00
Walrus Tusk, Single
Odobenus rosmarus

26

KO-031S..........................$180.00
Walrus Tusk, Large
Single, very large tusk
Odobenus rosmarus
34

KO-032 . ............... &..........$290.00

Cave Bear Baculum

Walrus Baculum

Walrus Baculum (straight)

Ursus spelaeus

Odobenus rosmarus

Odobenus rosmarus

10

Shows pathological details of a


broken penile bone that healed.
21

Also known as the baculum, boosik


or penile bone from a walrus.
24

KO-215........................$65.00

CFM-05.....................$65.00

KO-133...........$50.00

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TEETH AND BACULA

109

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

1. Russian Lynx

3. Siberian Tiger

5. Cheetah Front

7. African Lion

9. Canadian Lynx

Felis lynx

Panthera tigris

Acinonyx jubatus

Panthera leo

Felis canadensis

KO-058......... $7.00

KO-071....... $14.95

KO-069......... $7.00

KO-050....... $15.00

KO-051......... $7.50

2. Jaguar

4. Cheetah Dew

6. Cougar

8. Bobcat

10. African Leopard

Panthera onca

Acinonyx jubatus

Felis concolor

Felis rufus

Panthera pardus

KO-053....... $12.95

KO-052......... $7.00

KO-068......... $7.00

KO-072....... $14.95

KO-066......... $7.00

Bird Talons Set

Cat Claws Set

Bear Claws Set

Canid Claws Set

Aves
Set of eight bird talons: Great
Horned Owl, Golden Eagle,
Bald Eagle, Red-Tail Hawk,
Raven, Peregrine Falcon, Barn
Owl and Harpy Eagle. Set in
a glass fronted Riker box.
Box 8 x 6 x 1

Felidae

Ursidae

Carnivora

Set of 10 cat claws: African


Lion, Lynx, Bobcat, Cougar,
Russian Lynx, Cheetah (dew
and front), African Leopard,
Siberian Tiger and Jaguar. Set
in a glass-fronted Riker box.
Box 8 x 6 x 1

Set of four bear claws: Grizzly


Bear, Polar Bear, Black Bear
and Sloth Bear. Set in a
glass-fronted Riker box.
Box 8 x 6 x 1

Set of four Canid claws: Wolf,


Fox, Raccoon and Coyote. Set
in a glass-fronted Riker box.
Box 8 x 6 x 1

KO-100-BIRDS...... &......$90.00

KO-100-CATS...........&$129.00

Claws and Talons Set

KO-100-CANIDS.........&$49.00

KO-100-BEARS.........&$90.00
A copy of the photograph shown here with the claws and talons identified will
be sent with your order. The claws and talons are not labeled in the Riker box.

Animalia

Sloth Bear Claw Set

A beautiful set of 31 Bone Clones claws and talons,


at a savings when purchased as a set. Perfect for
comparative study and display. Set includes KO-100BEARS, KO-100-BIRDS, KO-100-CANIDS, KO-100CATS plus Beaver, Turtle, Komodo Dragon, Badger
and Porcupine. An impressive grouping. Set in a
glass-fronted Riker box. Box 16 x 12 x 1

Melursus ursinus

Full set of front and rear claws, handsomely


mounted in a glass-fronted Riker box.
Box 12 x 16 x 1

KO-062-SET-20..... &.......................$290.00

KO-100-SET-31.................................$295.00

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CLAWS AND TALONS

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Bird Talons

Bear Claws

Misc Animals

Bald Eagle

Peregrine Falcon

Polar Bear

Raccoon

Haliaeetus
leucocephalus

Falco peregrinus

Thalarctos maritimus

Procyon lotor

KO-056......... $7.00

KO-029......... $7.25

KO-048....... $14.00

KO-021......... $9.50

Coyote

Canis latrans

KO-070......... $7.00

Great Horned Owl

Harpy Eagle

Black Bear

Gray Fox

Porcupine

Bubo virginianus

Harpia harpyja

Ursus americanus

Erethizon dorsatum

Urocyon
cinereoargenteus 1

KO-004......... $6.00

KO-243C...... $9.50

KO-049....... $11.00

KO-055......... $7.00

KO-061......... $7.00

Alligator Snapping
Turtle Macroclemys

Golden Eagle

Red-tailed Hawk

Sloth Bear

American Beaver

Aquila chrysaetos

Buteo jamaicensis

Melursus ursinus

Castor canadensis

temminckii

KO-020......... $9.50

KO-022......... $7.25

KO-062....... $16.00

KO-057......... $7.00

KO-059......... $7.00

Barn Owl

Raven

Grizzly Bear

American Badger

Komodo

Tyto alba

Corvus corax

Ursus arctos

Taxidea taxus

Varanus komodoensis

KO-065......... $7.00

KO-023......... $7.25

KO-047....... $14.00

KO-060......... $7.00

KO-002......... $8.50

Wolf

Two-toed Sloth

Canis lupus

Choloepus hoffmanni

KO-054......... $7.00

KO-142....... $12.95

Giant Anteater
Myrmecophaga tridactyla 6

KO-140....... $15.50
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111

Cave Bear Tooth

Polar Bear Molar

Cave Bear Canine

Killer Whale Tooth

Ursus spelaeus

Thalarctos maritimus

Ursus spelaeus

Orcinus orca

False Killer
Whale Tooth

2 W

1 L, 1 W, 1 H

Pseudorca crassidens

KO-025....... $15.00

KO-013......... $8.50

KO-132....... $30.00

KO-012......... $9.00

KO-244......... $8.50

Modern Sperm
Whale Tooth

Sarcosuchus Tooth

Cave Lion Canine

Sarcosuchus imperator

Panthera atrox

Physeter catodon

From our Supercroc


skull, BC-156.
6

KO-156....... $32.00

KO-213....... $24.00

1. Sabertooth Cat Saber,


Single

1.

Short-faced Bear
Canines, Pair

Hippopotamus
Molar

From our Cave


Lion, BC-104.
5

Arctodus simus
yukonensis

Hippopotamus
amphibius

2 x 2

KO-104....... $48.00

KO-115P..... $65.00

KO-214....... $12.00

2.

3.

7. Tiger Teeth, Set of 4

4.

Panthera tigris

Smilodon fatalis (californicus)

Upper and lower canines.

Single saber. Also available


as a matched pair, from
our skull, BC-018.
11

KO-217-4& ...........$30.00

KO-212...................$17.00
KO-212-P.............. &$32.00

Large canine.
4

8. Tiger Tooth
Panthera tigris

KO-217&.................$8.00

2. Sabertooth Cat
Sabers, Pair, Deluxe

9. African Leopard Tooth

Smilodon fatalis

A pair of 10 long deluxe


Sabertooth Cat Sabers.

KO-067P.................$32.00

Panthera pardus
2
5.

6.

7.

Homotherium cf. crenatidens

Choeropsis liberiensis

Right Saber, showing


excellent serration detail.
8

A full set of teeth (canines


and incisors) from our
Pygmy Hippopotamus
skull, BC-076. Individual
teeth also available. Please
inquire or visit our website.

CB-06-S..................$32.00
4. Sabertooth Cat
Populator Saber

KO-007S............ $220.00

Smilodon populator 12

9.

10.

11.

5. Lion Teeth, Set


of 4 Panthera leo

A full set of teeth (canines


and incisors) from our
Hippopotamus skull,
BC-037. Individual teeth
also available. Please
inquire or visit our website.

KO-216-4............... &$30.00
6. Lion Tooth Panthera leo
Large canine.
3

KO-006S&............$400.00

KO-216.....................&$8.00

Bone Clones Osteological Reproductions

TEETH

11. Hippopotamus Teeth,


Full Set of 12
Hippopotamus amphibius

Upper and lower canines.

112

KO-248&.................$8.50
10. Pygmy
Hippopotamus Teeth,
Full Set of 10

3. Chinese Sabertooth
Cat Saber

KO-103.................. &$17.00

8.

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Sabertooth Cat Sculpture, Bronze (faux) Finish


Sabertooth Cat, Bronze-Filled resin. Sculpted by
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Sculpted by Los Angeles artist Sabrina Silver.
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A sculpture based on our BC-229 skull on a 12:1 scale by
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CATALOG CONTENT...........................E-F
LATE ADDITIONS................................ G-J
14 TO 16-MONTH CHILD SKELETON.. 16
ACHONDROPLASIA DWARF
SKELETON............................................ 26
ADOLESCENT SKELETON............. 10-11
ADULT FEMALE SKELETON.............. 8-9
ADULT MALE SKELETON................... 6-7
ADVANCED ANATOMY....................19-25
ANIMAL PATHOLOGY.......................... 72
ARDIPITHECUS RAMIDUS FOSSIL
HOMINID................................................ 47
BEARS................................................... 74
BIPEDAL APE SKELETONS................ 62
BIRD EGGS........................................... 95
BIRD SKELETONS................................ 88
BIRDS............................................... 92-94
BIRDS OF PREY.............................. 90-91
CANIDS.................................................. 73
CHILD POSTCRANIAL.......................... 15
CHILD SKULLS................................ 12-13
CHILD SKULLS AND
SKELETONS.......................................... 14
CHIMPANZEE SKELETON................... 61
CLAWS AND TALONS..................110-111
CROCODILIANS............................... 98-99
ELEPHANT BIRD SKELETON.............. 89
EXHIBITS.................................................C
FETAL SKELETONS............................. 17
FETAL SKULLS..................................... 18
FISH..................................................... 108
FORENSIC AND
ECONOMY SETS.................................. 27
FORENSICS..........................28-29, 34-35
FORENSICS THE MAXWELL
COLLECTION................................... 30-32
FOSSIL CATS............................. 68-69, 71
FOSSIL HOMINID SETS
AND ROTATIONAL................................ 46
FOSSIL HOMINID SKULLS.............42-45
FOSSIL HOMINID TOOLS..................... 41
FOSSIL SHARK TEETH...................... 103
FOSSIL SHORT-FACED BEAR............ 75
FOSSILS.............................................. 100
FOSSILS & T-SHIRTS......................... 105
GIRAFFE AND OKAPI........................... 76
GORILLA AND ORANGUTAN
SKELETONS.......................................... 60
GREAT WHITE SHARK JAW.............. 106
H. ERGASTER FOSSIL
HOMINID........................................... 36-37
HALF-SCALE SET
AND OTHER HOMINIDS....................... 40
HIPPOPOTAMUS.................................. 83
HORSE SKELETON.............................. 78
HUMAN SKULLS.................................. 2-3
LESSER PRIMATES......................... 58-59
LUCY FOSSIL HOMINID.................. 38-39
MAMMOTH.......................................... 101
MANATEE SKELETON......................... 84
MANDRILL BABOON
SKELETON............................................ 63
MARINE MAMMALS........................ 85-86

MAXWELL AND BOOKS...................... 33


MEGALODON JAW............................. 102
MISC. FOSSILS................................... 104
MISC. MAMMALS............................ 77, 80
MODERN CATS................................ 66-67
MODERN MAN AND NEANDERTHAL
WALKING................................................ 4
NEANDERTHAL.................................... 49
NEW WORLD MAMMALS..................... 79
NEW WORLD MONKEY SKELETONS.64
OLD WORLD MAMMALS..................... 81
ORDER FORM..................................... 115
ORDERING.......................................... 114
PELVIS AND FEMUR SETS.................. 51
PELVISES AND FEMURS..................... 50
PREMIUM CHIMPANZEE AND
ENDOCASTS......................................... 53
PRIMATE GREAT APES.................. 56-57
PRIMATE HANDS AND FEET............... 54
PRIMATE LIFE CASTS......................... 55
PRIMATE POSTCRANIAL..................... 52
REPTILES.............................................. 96
REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS............. 97
RHINOCEROS....................................... 82
ROBUST SKELETON.............................. 5
SCULPTED MODELS.......................... 113
SHARK JAWS..................................... 107
SHOWROOM......................................... 70
TEETH.................................................. 112
TEETH AND BACULA......................... 109
WARTHOG AND BABIRUSA................ 87
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Aardvark................................................. G
Aceros undulates.................................... 92
Acinonyx jubatus............................. 66, 110
Aegyptopithecus zeuxis.......................... 44
Aepyornis maximus.......................... 89, 95
Ailuropoda melanoleuca......................... 81
Ailurus fulgens........................................ 81
Alien Grey.............................................. 40
Alligator mississippiensis........................ 99
Alligator Snapping Turtle....................111
Allosaurus fragilis.................................. 105
Alouatta pigra palliata............................. 58
American Indian...................................... 3
Anaconda.............................................. 97
Andrias davidianus................................. 97
Animalia................................................ 110
Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus.................. 92
Anteater, Giant...............................79, 111
Anthracoceros malayanus...................... 92
Aotus trivirgatus...................................... 59
Apatosaur sp......................................... 105
Aptenodytes patagonicus....................... 95
Apteryx mantelli...................................... 88
Aquila chrysaetos............................90, 111
Ara macao G,.......................................... 92
Archilochus colubris................................ 94
Arctodus simus................................. 74, 75
Arctodus simus
yukonensis...................................... 75, 112
Ardea herodias....................................... 93
Ardeotis kori...................................... 94, 95

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Ardipithecus ramidus..........................H, 47
Armadillo.................................. 77, 79,105
Armadillo, Fairy.................................... 77
Armadillo, Giant Fossil........................ 79
Asio flammeus........................................ 91
Ateles paniscus........................... 51, 58, 64
Australian Aboriginal............................. 3
Australopithecus aethiopicus.................. 42
Australopithecus
afarensis...........................38-40, 44-46, 50
Australopithecus anamensis................... 45
Australopithecus
boisei........................................... 40, 42-46
Australopithecus
robustus............................................ 42, 45
Aves..................................................... 110
Baboon.................................................. 58
Babyrousa babyrussa............................. 87
Badger..................................................111
Bassariscus astutus................................ 79
Bear............................. 28, 74-75, 109-112
Bear, Short-Faced................................. 75
Beaver................................................... 77
Beaver, Fossil Giant........................... 100
Bigfoot................................................... 40
Bird Talons.......................................... 110
Bitis gabonica......................................... 97
Blue Jay........................................... 93, 95
Bluebird................................................. 95
Bobcat........................................... 66, 110
Bonobo....................................... 50-57, 62
Books.................................................... 33
Bos taurus.............................................. 72
Brachyramphus marmoratus.................. 95
Brown Kiwi............................................ 88
Bubo virginianus..............................90, 111
Bugeranus carunculatus......................... 94
Buteo jamaicensis...........................90, 111
Canada Goose...................................... 95
Canid Claws........................................ 110
Canis dirus......................................... 72-73
Canis familiaris....................................... 73
Canis latrans................................72-73,111
Canis lupus baileyi.................................. 73
Canis rufus............................................. 73
Capra hircus........................................... 72
Capybara............................................... 77
Carcharhinus plumbeus........................ 107
Carcharocles
megalodon..................................... 102-103
Carcharodon carcharias....................... 106
Cardinal........................................... 93, 95
Cardinalis cardinalis............................... 93
Caretta caretta........................................ 97
Carnivora............................................. 110
Carrying Cases............................. 3, 8, 21
Castor canadensis...........................77, 111
Castoroides ohioensis.......................... 100
Cat.................................................. 66, 110
Catbird................................................... 95
Cave Lion...................................... 71, 112
Cebuella pygmaea.................................. 59
Cebus olivaceus......................... 51, 58, 64
Ceratotherium simum............................. 82
Cercopithecus pygerythrus..................... 58
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Cheetah......................................... 66, 110
Chimpanzee..............................................
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Chimpanzee, Fetal................................ 56
Chimpanzee, Infant.............................. 56
Chlamyphorus truncatus......................... 77
Chlorocebus aethiops....................... 51, 65
Choeropsis liberiensis.................... 83, 112
Choloepus hoffmanni.......................79, 111
Chrysocyon brachyurus.......................... 73
Claws and Talons.........................110-111
Clovis Spearpoint................................. 41
Cobra, King........................................... 97
Coccyzus americanus............................ 93
Colossoma macropomum..................... 108
Comparative Pathology....................... 72
Condor, Andean.................................... 91
Condor, California.......................... 91, 95
Conraua goliath...................................... 97
Corvus brachyrhynchos.......................... 93
Corvus corax...................................93, 111
Cougar........................................... 67, 110
Cowbird................................................. 95
Coyote.......................................72-73, 111
Crane................................................94-95
Crocodile.................................. 98-99, 113
Crocodylus acutus.................................. 98
Crocodylus niloticus................................ 98
Crocodylus porosus................................ 98
Crocuta crocuta...................................... 73
Cro-Magnon.................................... 43, 45
Crow................................................ 93, 95
Cyanocitta cristata.................................. 93
Cynocephalus variegates....................... 80
Dalatias licha........................................ 107
Dasyatis sp.................................... 107-108
Dasypus novemcinctus........................... 77
Deer....................................................... 72
Desmodus rotundus............................... 79
Dicerorhinus sumatrensis....................... 82
Diceros bicornis...................................... 82
Dinictis felina.......................................... 69
Dinocrocuta gigantean.......................... 100
Diplodocus Chevron............................. 105
Diplodocus sp....................................... 105
Dire Wolf........................................ 73, 100
Dmanisi................................................. 44
Doe Deer................................................ 79
Dog, Airedale........................................ 73
Dog, English Bulldog........................... 73
Dog, French Bulldog............................ 73
Dog, Great Dane................................... 73
Dog, Pitbull........................................... 73
Dog, Saluki............................................ 73
Dog, St. Bernard................................... 73
Dog, White Bull Terrier......................... 73
Dolphin.................................................. 85
Dryocopus pileatus................................. 93
Dugong dugon........................................ 85
Eagle..............................88, 90-91, 95, 111
Echidna................................................. 77
Egret...................................................... 95
Elephant................................ 82, 104, 109
Elephant Bird.................................. 89, 95

Elephant Shrew.................................... 80
Elephant, African.......................... 82, 109
Elephantulus rufescens.......................... 80
Elephas maximus................... 82, 104, 109
Endocasts....................................... 34, 53
Enhydra lutris.......................................... 86
Equus caballus.................................. 78-79
Eremotherium eomigrans..................... 104
Erethizon dorsatum...............................111
Eudocimus ruber.................................... 93
Eunectes murinus................................... 97
European Starling................................ 95
Eusmilus sicarius.................................... 71
Falco peregrines..............................90, 111
Falcon Peregrine.......................90, 95, 111
False Killer Whale......................... 85, 112
Felidae.................................................. 110
Felis atrox............................................... 69
Felis Canadensis.................................. 110
Felis catus
(Felis domesticus).................................. 66
Felis concolor................................. 67, 110
Felis lynx............................................... 110
Felis rufus....................................... 66, 110
Ferret..................................................... 79
Flamingo............................................... 92
Flicker.................................................... 95
Forensics..............................27-28, 30-35
Fossil Hominid Sets............................. 46
Fox..................................................73, 111
Fratercula corniculata....................... 92, 95
Fruit Bat................................................. 80
Gaboon Viper........................................ 97
Galeocerdo cuvier................................ 108
Gallinago gallinago................................. 93
Ganges River Dolphin.......................... 85
Gavial..................................................... 99
Gavialis gangeticus................................ 99
Geococcyx californianus......................... 94
Giant Chinese Salamander.................. 97
Gibbon....................................... 53, 55, 57
Gigantopithecus blacki........................... 40
Gila Monster.......................................... 96
Giraffa camelopardalis............................ 76
Giraffe.................................................... 76
Giraffe Skull and
Neck Vertebrae..................................... 76
Glaucous Gull....................................... 94
Goat....................................................... 72
Goldfinch............................................... 95
Goliath Frog.......................................... 97
Gorilla....................... 22, 40, 46, 50-57, 60
Gorilla gorilla...................................... 50-60
Gorilla gorilla beringei............................. 57
Gorilla Head Life Cast.......................... 55
Gorilla Skeleton.................................... 60
Grizzly Bear G,.....................................111
Grus canadensis..................................... 93
Gulo gulo................................................ 79
Gymnogyps californianus................. 91, 95
Half-Scale Skulls, Primates................. 40
Haliaeetus
leucocephalus.................................90, 111
Hanuman Langur.................................. 58
Harpia harpyja...........................88, 91, 111
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Hawk, Red-tailed............................90, 111


Helicoprion bessonowi............................ 13
Heloderma suspectum............................ 96
Heptranchias perlo............................... 107
Heron............................................... 93, 95
Heterodontus
portusjacksoni...................................... 107
Heterodontus zebra.............................. 107
Hippopotamus.............................. 83, 112
Hippopotamus
amphibious..................................... 83, 112
Hippopotamus Molar.......................... 112
Hobbit, the............................................. 45
Holmesina floridanus............................ 105
Hominid, Skull Sets.............................. 46
Hominids, Skulls and
Skeletons......................................... 37-50
Homo antecessor................................... 44
Homo erectus............................... H, 40-46
Homo
ergaster.................... 36, 37, 43, 44, 46, 50
Homo floresiensis................................... 45
Homo habilis............................... 42, 45, 46
Homo heidelbergensis...................... 42, 44
Homo neanderthalensis..................... 40-49
Homo rudolphensis................................. 43
Homo sapiens...................2-35, 40-56, 109
Homotherium
cf. crenatidens................................ 71, 112
Hoplophoneus occidentalis..................... 71
Hornbill.................................................. 92
Horned Puffin.................................. 92, 95
Horse.......................................... G, 78, 79
House Wren.......................................... 95
Howler Monkey..................................... 58
Human Brain................................... 19, 34
Human Child, Skulls and
Skeletons............................ 22, 50, 52, 54
Human Female Pectoral Set................ 52
Human Fetal,
Skulls and Skeletons............................. 3
Human Hand Life Cast......................... 55
Human Teeth....................................... 109
Human Vertebral Lumbar Union Aging
Series..................................................... 27
Human, Adolescent..................... 3, 10-11
Human, Advanced
Anatomy........................................... 19-25
Human, Child Skulls and
Skeletons.................................. 12 -16, 35
Human, Cradle Board Skull................. 29
Human, Endocast................................. 19
Human, Female Achondroplasia Dwarf
Skull and Skeleton............................... 26
Human, Fetal Skulls
and Skeletons.................................. 17-18
Human, Medical Study Skull............... 21
Human, Skulls
and Skeleton...................................3-9,19,
.........................................21-35, 40, 48-56
Hummingbird........................................ 94
Humpback Whale................................. 86
Hyacinth Macaw................................... 92
Hydrochaeris hydrochaeri....................... 77

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Hydropotes inermis................................. 81
Hyena..................................................... 73
Hyena Giant Fossil............................. 100
Hylobates lar..................................... 55, 57
Hylobates moloch................................... 53
Indri Lemur............................................... I
Isurus oxyrinchus.................................. 107
Jack Rabbit........................................... 77
Jaguar............................................ 66, 110
Javelina................................................. 79
Kenyanthropus platyops................... 43, 46
Kestrel............................................. 91, 95
Killdeer.................................................. 95
Kitefin Shark....................................... 107
Koala...................................................... 80
Komodo Dragon............................96, 111
Kori Bustard .................................. 94, 95
Krantz, Dr. Grover................................. 40
La Ferrassie..................................... 43-48
Larus hyperboreus................................. 94
Lemur.................................................... 80
Leopard............................ 66-67, 110, 112
Leopard, African................................. 112
Lepus townsendii.................................... 77
Lesser Panda........................................ 81
Lion....................... 66-67, 69, 71, 110, 112
Lion, African............................. 66-67, 110
Lion, American...................................... 69
Lion, Ancestral...................................... 71
Loon....................................................... 95
Loxodonta africana.......................... 82,109
Lucy...................................... 38-39, 44, 50
Lynx, Canadian................................... 110
Lynx, Russian..................................... 110
Macaca mulatta.......................... 51, 58, 65
Machairodus giganteus.......................... 71
Macroclemys temminckii.................97, 111
Magellan Penguin................................. 93
Mallard Duck......................................... 95
Mammoth.................................... 101, 104
Mammut americanum........................... 104
Mammuthus columbi............................ 104
Mammuthus primigenius.............. 101, 104
Manatee............................................84-85
Mandrill Baboon.................. 50-52, 58, 63
Mandrillus sphinx................ 50-52, 58, 63
Marbled Murrelet.................................. 95
Mastodon............................................ 104
Maxwell Collection,...................the 30-33
Meerkat.................................................. 81
Megantereon cultridens (nihowanensis).71
Megantereon nihowanensis.................... 71
Meganthropus....................................... 40
Megaptera novaeangliae........................ 86
Melursus ursinus............................110-111
Mephitis mephitis.................................... 79
Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni................. 108
Microcebus murinus............................... 59
Mockingbird.......................................... 95
Moloch (Life Cast)................................ 96
Moloch horridus...................................... 96
Monodon monoceros.............................. 86
Mosasaur............................................. 100
Mountain Gorilla................................... 57
Mourning Dove..................................... 95

Mouse Lemur........................................ 59
Mrs. Ples.......................................... 42, 45
Muntiacus reevesi................................... 80
Muntjac.................................................. 80
Mustela nigripes..................................... 79
Myliobatis californicus........................... 107
Myrmecophaga tridactyla................79, 111
Nariokotome Boy............................ 36, 37
Narwhal Tusks...................................... 86
Neanderthal.......................... 22, 42, 48-49
Neanderthal Tools................................ 41
Neanderthal, Skulls and
Skeletons......................... 4, 22, 42, 48-49
Neofelis nebulosa................................... 67
Nutcracker Man.................................... 43
Ochotona collaris.................................... 77
Odobenus rosmarus....................... 86, 109
Odocoileus virginianus..................... 72, 79
Okapi..................................................... 76
Okapia johnstoni..................................... 76
Ophiophagus hannah............................. 97
Orangutan............................ 22, 50-57, 60
Orangutan Skeleton....................... 56, 60
Orangutan, Fetal................................... 56
Orcinus orca......................................... 112
Ornithorhynchus anatinus....................... 77
Orycteropus afer...................................... G
Osprey............................................. 91, 95
Osteolaemus tetrapis.............................. 98
Ostrich................................................... 94
Owl......................................90, 91, 95, 111
Owl Monkey.......................................... 59
Pan paniscus................................. J, 50-62
Pan troglodytes............................. J, 22, 40,
.............................................. 46, 50-57, 61
Panda..................................................... 81
Pandion haliaetus................................... 91
Panthera atrox...................................... 112
Panthera leo...................... 66-67, 110, 112
Panthera onca................................ 66, 110
Panthera palaeosinensis........................ 71
Panthera pardus......................66, 110, 112
Panthera spelaea................................... 71
Panthera tigris...............................110, 112
Panthera tigris altaica............................. 66
Panthera tigris tigris................................ 67
Papio sphinx........................................... 72
Papio ursinus.......................................... 58
Parsons Chameleon............................. 96
Peking Man.......................................H, 45
Pelecanus erythrorhynchos.................... 92
Pelican................................................... 92
Penguin, King....................................... 95
Phacochoerus aethiopicus..................... 87
Phascolarctos cinereus.......................... 80
Phoca vitulina.................................... 85-86
Phoenicopterus ruber............................. 92
Physeter catodon.................................. 112
Physeter macrocephalus.............. 105, 109
Pileated Woodpecker........................... 93
Piltdown Man........................................ 43
Pithecanthropus pekinensis
(Sinanthropus)..........................................H
Platalea ajaja.......................................... 92
Platanista gangetica............................... 85

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Platecarpus planifrons.......................... 100


Platypus................................................ 77
Polar Bear.....................................111-112
Polynesian Skull..................................... 3
Pongo pygmaeus......................... 53, 55-57
Pongo pygmaeus
abelii................................ 50-51, 54, 57, 60
Porcupine.............................................111
Port Jackson Shark............................ 107
Primate, Endocasts.............................. 53
Primates,
Innominate & Femur Set...................... 52
Primates, Pectoral Sets....................... 52
Primates, Hand or Foot........................ 52
Primates, Lesser Set............................ 59
Priodontes maximus............................... 79
Procavia capensis.................................. 81
Proconsul africanus................................ 44
Procyon lotor...................................79, 111
Pseudorca crassidens.................... 85, 112
Pteropus poliocephalus.......................... 80
Pygmy Hippopotamus................. 83, 112
Pygmy Marmoset.................................. 59
Python................................................... 97
Python reticulates................................... 97
Raccoon.........................................79, 111
Ramphastos toco.................................... 92
Raven..............................................93, 111
Rhesus Macaque................. 51-52, 58, 65
Rhina ancylostoma............................... 107
Rhincodon typus.............................. G, 108
Rhinoceros............................................ 82
Ringtail.................................................. 79
Roadrunner........................................... 94
Robin............................................... 93, 95
Rock Dove............................................. 95
Rock Hyrax............................................ 81
Rock Rabbit (Pika)................................ 77
Roseate Spoonbill................................ 92
Rotational Series, Fossil Hominid...... 46
Ruby-throated Hummingbird.............. 94
Sabertooth Cat................. 69, 71, 112-113
Sabertooth Cat Sculpture.................. 113
Sabertooth Cat, Chinese...................... 71
Sabertooth Cat, Chinese Megantereon
nihowanensis.......................................... 71
Sabertooth Cat, Deluxe................ 69, 112
Sabertooth Cat, Dinictis....................... 69
Sabertooth Cat, Eusmilus.................... 71
Sabertooth Cat,
Homotherium........................................ 71
Sabertooth Cat,
Hoplophoneus...................................... 71
Sabertooth Cat, Juvenile..................... 71
Sabertooth Cat, Populator................. 112
Sabertooth Cat,
South American.................................... 69
Sabertooth Cat, Xenosmilus............... 71
Sacred Ibis............................................ 93
Sagittarius serpentarius.......................... 91
Saguinus oedipus................................... 59
Sahelanthropus tchadensis.................... 44
Sandbar Shark.................................... 107
Sandhill Crane...................................... 93
Sarcophilus harrisii................................. 81

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Sarcosuchus Supercroc................ 100


Sarcosuchus imperator................. 100, 112
Scaphocephalic Skull.......................... 29
Scarlet Ibis............................................ 93
Scarlet Macaw.................................. G, 92
Scrub Jay.............................................. 95
Sea Otter............................................... 86
Seal................................................... 85-86
Seal, Harbor.......................................... 86
Secretary Bird....................................... 91
Shark........................................... 103, 107
Shark Ray............................................ 107
Sharpnose Sevengill Shark............... 107
Shingleback (Life Cast)........................ 96
Short-Faced Bear......................... 75, 112
Shortfin Mako Shark.......................... 107
Siamang............................... 22, 50-57, 62
Sivapithecus indicus............................... 44
Skeleton Case......................................... 8
Skunk..................................................... 79
Sloth.................................................... 104
Sloth Bear.................................... 110, 111
Smilodon fatalis
(californicus)............................. 68, 69, 112
Snipe...................................................... 93
Solenodon cubanus................................ 81
Solenodon paradoxus............................. 81
Solenodon, Cuban................................ 81
Solenodon, Haitian............................... 81
Speotyto cunicularia............................... 91
Sperm Whale....................................... 112
Sperm Whale, Fossil Giant................ 105
Spheniscus magellanicus....................... 93
Sphenodon punctatus............................. 96
Spider Monkey..................... 51-52, 58, 64
Squid................................................... 108
Stands................................................... 72
Stegosaurus Spike............................. 105
Stegosaurus ungulates......................... 105
Stegostoma fasciatum.......................... 107
Stingray........................................ 107-108
Stone Tools........................................... 41

Storage Bag............................................ 3 Two-toed Sloth...............................79, 111


Strix varia................................................ 91 Tyrannosaurus
Struthio camelus..................................... 94 rex........................................ 100, 105, 109,
Suricata suricatta.................................... 81 Tyto alba..........................................90, 111
Symphalangus (Hylobates)
Uncia uncia............................................. 67
syndactylus........................................ 51-57 Urocyon
Tachyglossus aculeatus.......................... 77
cinereoargenteus.............................73, 111
Tamarin.................................................. 59
Ursidae................................................. 110
Tambaqui............................................. 108
Tarbosaurus bataar Fossil..................... 105 Ursus americanus......................28, 74, 111
Tarsier.................................................... 59 Ursus arctos............................... G, 74, 111
Tarsius syrichta....................................... 59 Ursus spelaeus....................... 74, 109, 112
Tasmanian Devil.................................... 81 Vampire Bat........................................... 79
Tasmanian Wolf.................................... 81 Varanus komodoensis.....................96, 111
Taung Child........................................... 43 Vervet Monkey.................... 51, 52, 58, 65
Taxidea taxus.........................................111 Vultur gryphus......................................... 91
Tayassu tajacu........................................ 79 Walrus Skull.......................................... 86
Thalarctos
Walrus Tusks...................................... 109
maritimus..................................74, 111-112
Warthog................................................. 87
Thoosuchus........................................ 100
Water Deer............................................. 81
Threskiornis aethiopicus......................... 93
Weeping
Thylacinus cynocephalus........................ 81
Tiger Shark.......................................... 108 Capuchin.............................. 51-52, 58, 64
Tiger Teeth........................................... 112 Western Meadowlark............................ 95
Tiger, Bengal......................................... 67 Whale................................................... 109
Tiger, Siberian............................... 66, 110 Whale Shark................................... G, 108
Tiliqua rugosa......................................... 96 Whale, Killer........................................ 112
Toco Toucan.......................................... 92 Whip-poor-will...................................... 95
Toumai................................................... 44 Whirltooth Shark Teeth...................... 103
Tree Shrew............................................. 80 Wolf............................................72-73, 111
Trephinated &
Wolf, Dire....................................... 73, 100
Elongated Skulls.................................. 34 Wolf, Maned.......................................... 73
Trichechus manatus........................ 84-85 Wolf, Mexican....................................... 73
T-shirts................................................. 105
Wolf, Red............................................... 73
Tuatara................................................... 96
Wolf, Siberian....................................... 73
Tupaia glis............................................... 80
Turdus migratorius.................................. 93 Wolverine.............................................. 79
Turkey.................................................... 95 Woodpecker.......................................... 93
Tursiops truncatus................................... 85 Woolly Mammoth........................ 101, 104
Turtle, Alligator Snapping ................... 97 Xenosmilus hodsonae............................ 71
Turtle, Loggerhead Sea........................ 97 Yellow-Billed Cuckoo .......................... 93
Two-faced Calf...................................... 72 Zebra Shark..........................................107

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FREQUENTLY ASKED:
How did Bone Clones get started? and
How did you come upon the name?
Bone Clones is the result of one persons intense interest in animal behavior. That interest led him,
many years ago, to perform a necropsy on a Monitor Lizard that died in his possession. He wanted
to know the cause of death, unknowingly entering the field of forensic study. This reptile provided
the first skeleton that he studied and then articulated, fusing his interest in osteology with his artistic
inclinations.
Examining the relationship between the bony structure and locomotion in reptiles led to exploration
of the ways in which adaptation to environment influenced the development of living organisms. After
many years of study and practice came the idea of replicating skulls and skeletons of endangered
species so that others --- many others --- could have access to generally unavailable osteological
material.
Experimentation began in mold making and skull casting. In order for the replicas to be truly credible,
it was imperative that they be virtually indistinguishable from the original .
After the first cast, that of a Gorilla skull, was completed, it seemed that the results deserved a
uniquely descriptive and memorable name. A naming contest was soon in progress. After several
possibilities were considered and rejected, one clever person suggested Bone Clones. We knew
immediately that it was the perfect name.
So perfect, in fact, that it invites imitation. We are flattered but want to make sure that our customers
are not confused. Please take note: one (singular) Bone leads to (multiple) Clones. The company is
Bone Clones, Inc., the product is Bone Clones and the website: www.boneclones.com
The interest of one individual led to a multi-faceted exploration of possibilities in the reproduction of
animal and human structures in their skeletal forms. The vision of one individual, with an abundance
of enthusiasm and high expectations, motivates others.
Bone Clones is now a team effort. We appreciate the interest
so many of you express in our company and in our products.
It encourages us to innovate.

Thank you for asking,


Bone Clones Staff
Photographs by Sabrina Silver 1985. Sabrina chose to document her
uncles activities in the preparation of animal skeletons, for an art/photography project in college. These images depict experiences of her youth,
and as it turns out, documented the beginnings of Bone Clones, Inc.
(originally Kronen Osteo)
All Bone Clones products in this catalog are produced and handmade by
Bone Clones, Inc. in the USA and are protected under State, Federal and
International trademark laws. Photographs, text, descriptions or casts cannot be reproduced without the written consent of Bone Clones, Inc. Please
note that prices are subject to change without notice.

Catalog Design: Lemur Design(Phil Haney) Photography: Sabrina Silver Special thanks to the Bone Clones Team without whom this catalog wouldnt have been possible.

photo credit: Sabrina Silver