~Dall's porpoise~
Phocoenoides dalli
In Kodiak Alaska, articulated by L
Lee Post (Boneman), Homer, Alaska
~Timber wolf (Tikaani)~
Canis lupis
Articulated by Cantwell school students
in Cantwell, Alaska, along with the
Boneman. The wolf is now at Denali
Institute, Denali  National Park, Alaska.
~Mallard duck~
Anas platyrbynchos
Articulated by Heather (high school
student)  from Ontario Canada.
This is her first skeleton.
~Beaver~
Castor canadensis
Won 2nd place in the Dutch Taxidermy
competition. Articulated by Walter
Dingemanse, Holland.
~Bulldog~
Canis lupis familiaris
Articulated by Walter
Dingemanse, Holland.
~Pot Bellied pig~
Susscrofa domesticus
Articulated by Thomas Marquart,
Germany
~Pine Marten~
Martes martes
Articulated by Thomas Marquart,
Germany
~Cuviers Beaked whale~
Ziphius caviostris
In Kodiak Alaska, articulated by Lee
Post, Homer, Alaska
~Brown bear-in-a-box~
Ursus arctos
Articulated by Sheryl and Ed Sotelo and
their students, Homer, Alaska, along with
the Boneman
This totally comes apart down to each
individual bone and fits into a portable box
for classes to articulate.
~Reindeer (Epoxy)~
Rangifer tarandus
Articulated by students at St. George
School on the Pribilof Islands, Alaska,
along with the Boneman and Mike
Etnier.
~Lion and Eland~
Panthera leo - Taurotragus oryx
Articulated by Skulls Unlimited,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This will be
one of the exhibits in their new
museum of osteology located in
Oklahoma City and, is one of my
all-time favorite skeletal articulations.
click on the images to enlarge
~Buzzard - Buteo buteo~
Articulated by Henry Rae
of Scotland
~Marmoset~
Articulated by Henry Rae
of Scotland
~Carrion Crow~
Corvus corone
Articulated by Henry Rae
of Scotland
~Cars~
Articulated by Brad Yonkers from
Connecticut

"Baby you can drive my car!"
click on the images to enlarge
~Brown Bear Paw~
Ursus arctos
Articulated by Mike Lettis, Anchor Point, Alaska
(US 25 cent coin)
~Raccoon~
Procyon lotor
~White-tail fawn~
Odocoileus virginianus
~Raccoon~
Articulated by Bone-Lady from Victoria, BC
~Raccoon~
Procyon lotor
Articulated by Thomas Marquart,
Germany
~Roe Deer (in a row)~
Capreolus capreolus
Articulated by Thomas Marquart, Germany
~Bull dog~
Canis lupis familiaris
Articulated by Melissa LaMere, Minnesota
~Coyote~
Canis latrans
Articulated by Melissa LaMere, Minnesota
~Mini-Donkey~
Equus africanus asinus
~Goat~
Capra aegagrus hircus

Articulated by Cindy Beck
Bad to the Bone Taxidermy
Manteca, California
This is my all-time favorite skeletal articulation
done by
Samuel Harmsted Chubb, for the American
Museum of Natural History (NYC) sometime
before 1944. Chubb was probably the greatest
skeleton articulator ever.  
~Baby Ewe~
~Mini-Horse~
Equus ferus caballus
~Carpet Python~
(Morelia spilotus variegatus)
Articulated by Jan Helsen,
Belgium
~Carpet Python~
Articulated by Jan Helsen,
Belgium
~Green Iguana~
(
Iguana iguana)
Articulated by Jan Helsen,
Belgium
~Tiger Python~
(
Python molurus)
Articulated by Jan Helsen,
Belgium,
Note from Accomplice: Sure wouldn't want a live one of these on my carpet!!
(boneman would be thrilled but not me!)
click on the images to enlarge
~Timber Wolf~
Canis lupis
Articulated by Rob Reysen
Lake View Taxidermy
Kewaskum, Wisconsin
~White Stork~
Ciconia ciconia
Articulated by Angel Blanco,
Barcelona, Spain
An 18-foot-long finned Pilot Whale (Globicephala
melas)
articulated by the Westford Whale Project:
http://www.wickedcoolscience.com/
(high school students) from Westford, MA.
Submitted by, Michael Taevs
~ FOX ~
(
Vulpes vulpes)
Articulated by Roee Shafir from the
archaeozoology laboratory at the Haifa University, Israel
Notice the fox's right femur. OUCH!
~ ROCK HYRAX ~
(
PROCAVIA CAPENSIS)
Articulated by Roee Shafir from the
archaeozoology laboratory at the Haifa University, Israel
~Agouti from  South America~
Articulated by Walter Dingemanse, Holland
(Macropus rufogriseus)
Articulated by Walter Dingemanse, Holland
~Horse-on-a-half-shell~
Articulated by Barbara Corson
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
USA
This display folds up, making it easy to transport.
~Black-backed Jackal~
(
Canis mesomelas)
Articulated by Jeanique Maree
Student at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa
This is Jeanique's first skeleton.
~Wolf skeleton~
(
Canis Lupus)
Articulated by Roee Shafir
Archaeozoology laboratory
Haifa university, Israel
~Chamois~
(
Rupicapra rupicapra)
Articulated by Angel Blanco
Barcelona
~Walabi~
(
Macropus rufogriseus)
Articulated by Angel Blanco
Barcelona
~Racoon~
(
Procyon lotor )
Articulated by Vincent Dean Claunch
Niles, Illinois, USA

In Latin, lotor means "one who washes".
~ Lion ~
Articulated by Christophe Deconinck
Belgium

This is an example of a skeleton done by a person who put 3
times as much thought and energy into building this  skeleton,
than most. 1st Class Fastidious
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There are now two very long pages in the BBB Archives, of previously posted skeletons (articulated by other
Bone Builders from around the world), since the BBB page was first introduced.


If you have an articulated skeleton and would like to share it with the universe, please email a picture of it to me at
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Happy Bone Building!
Lee
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