Leo The Ligament Human Skeleton Anatomy Model

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The Human Ligament Skeleton Model is an anatomy model from 3B Scientific and manufactured in Germany. Leo, the skeleton model, provides representations of the structural interaction between bones and ligaments. This human skeleton model's elastic ligaments on the major appendicular joints (shoulder, elbow, hip and knee) are mounted on the right side. This model is an amazing replica of the human skeleton, and is best used for student education or patient consultations. The Human Ligament Skeleton Model is 69.5 inches in length and weighs 21.98 lbs.

- Excellent price-performance ratio
- 3-year warranty
- First-class natural cast Made in Germany
- Manual final assembly
- Made of durable, unbreakable plastic
- Almost realistic weight of the approx. 200 bones
- Life-size
- 3-part mounted skull
- Individually inserted teeth
- Limbs are quick and easy to remove
- Stand and dust cover included


Manufacturer Part NumberA12
Product Dimensions66.9 in.
Product Weight18.52 lbs.
Is the product made-to-order?No

Q & A

Q : What are the ligaments made of? Where are they?

A : Leo's ligaments are made of elastic, and are positioned on the major joints - Shoulder, elbow, hip and knee. They are on the right side. The ligamented joints help offer students, patients, and educators a more thorough view of the skeleton and its movements. To ensure the durability 3B Scientific is known for, the model was assembled by hand.

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Warranty Information

3 Year Warranty
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Additional Information

Best Uses:
Medical Education, Patient Consultation
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1 Review

  • 5
    Great skeleton

    Posted by Queenie on May 23rd 2014

    We bought this for our kinesiology class at university, and we were very happy with it. The only problem I had is that I didn't realize that the ligaments were only on one side of the skeleton when I bought it, but that's not a problem with the skeleton as much as me not paying attention! He also looks great.

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