Q: Can this skull be take disassembled?
A: No this model cannot be disassembled. If you are looking for a didactic skull that can be taken a part you may want to try the Beauchene Skull or the Rudiger 18 Part Skull.
Q: Which bones can be viewed on this model?
A: The bones that can be seen on this model are the frontal bone, parietal bone, temporal bone, sphenoidal bone, zygomatic bone, maxilla, nasal bone, lacrimal bone, ethmoidal bone, mandible, occipital bone, inferior nasal concha, vomer, and palatine bone.
Q: Are you able to remove the jaw from this model?
A: While you can remove the jaw, it is not meant to be removed. The jaw is held in place by two springs. You would have to remove the springs from the model in order to remove the jaw. This consists of unscrewing some of the hardware.
Q: What does "didactic" mean?
A: While all products at AnatomyWarehouse.com are intended for educational purposes, didactic models are specifically produced with instruction in mind. The color-coding highlights the different regions of the human vertebral column, making it superior to other spinal models when used in a purely educational setting.
Q: What is this model made of?
A: This model is made of a high-quality PVC plastic.
Q: What is included with this model?
A: In addition to the skull, this model comes complete with a full-color, comprehensive guide detailing the individual bones and the colors that represent them on the model.