Mini Human Skeleton Anatomy Model

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  • Mini Human Skeleton Anatomy Model
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The Mini Human Skeleton Anatomy Model is an anatomy model from 3B Scientific and manufactured in Germany. Top of the range mini human skeleton. Skillful 3B engineers using powerful hardware and software optimized the process of reproducing miniatures in order to keep all anatomical details and structures even at half natural size (80 cm). This mini skeleton can be taken off of its base when required. The skull can be removed and disassembled into three parts (skullcap, base of skull, mandible). The arms and legs are removable. The hip joints are specially mounted so their natural rotation can be demonstrated. The model is best used for student education or patient consultations. The Mini Human Skeleton Anatomy Model is 34.6 inches in length and weighs 3.31 lbs.


Manufacturer Part NumberA18
Product Dimensions34.6 in.
Product Weight3.31 lbs.
Is the product made-to-order?No

Q & A

Q: Do the fingers and toes on this skeleton move individually?
A: The fingers and toes do not really articulate individually, as each hand and foot on this model is one connected piece.

Q: How tall is this skeleton?
A: He is roughly 34" on his stand, and just under 32" on his own. Despite his small stature, he is exceptionally detailed and offers a great value for students and educators who have little space available.

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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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2 Reviews

  • 4

    Posted by YogiiBear78 on Jun 10th 2014

    This skeleton is in my office for students to observe. I may buy a spine to go with it for more detail in that area.

  • 4
    I wish I had bought a larger one

    Posted by Ann, Pilates & on Jun 21st 2013

    I use the model to show clients how the bones and muscles interact

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