With their delicate skeletal system and light but powerful muscular structure, birds are physiologically unique in the animal kingdom. Studying their various structures can have a profound effect on those interested in comparative anatomy, as well as veterinary students and zoology enthusiasts. Anatomical models of our avian friends are not only interesting to study but beautiful to look at, just like their living counterparts. With our collection, it’s a lot easier to study birds than ever before.
Study Avian Anatomy with Anatomical Models
Ornithophobia, the fear of birds, is a fairly common phobia, originating for many in childhood. There’s nothing to fear from these fascinating creatures, however, even though Hitchcock’s classic films may disagree. Birds are complicated and beautiful wonders of evolution, with bones and muscular systems specially evolved to help them stay aloft when flying.
One of the most unique characteristics of birds is their wings, and it’s easy to examine one of these structures up close with the Dove Wing and Feathers Skeleton Anatomy Model. This gorgeously mounted genuine specimen from a Columba palumbus is a wonderful study aid for zoology, veterinary, and biology students, as well as those interested in comparative anatomy. It is also simply beautiful when displayed, making it a great addition to office décor or simply as a lovely art piece.
The Duck Skeleton Anatomy Model is an attractive and informative addition to veterinary and zoology study as well. Even the tiniest detail on this mallard duck’s anatomy is visible, as it is a genuine specimen. Even the famous Daffy Duck would envy his noble beak! The skeleton looks great in libraries, and is wonderful for anatomy study.
Don’t just wing it when it comes to avian studies – Anatomy Warehouse can help. Our exceptional customer support team is here to assist, and our Money Back Guarantee gives you peace of mind with each purchase.