Articulations of a Porpoise Skeleton ~ Vol. 1
A Step by Step Guide to Assembling Small Whale Skeletons
This manual is a step-by-step guide to preparing and
articulating a small cetacean skeleton. It is based on the
articulation of a Harbor Porpoise skeleton, but is directly
applicable to any whale skeleton less than 10-feet long.
The manual includes a full set of illustrations of a harbor
porpoise skeleton. This is a project that you too can do
if you have access to a porpoise or dolphin skeleton.
(63 Pages)

(plus shipping)

(Manuals are 8.5 X 11 inches, soft bound with spiral
Pacific White-sided dolphin
Specimen from Skulls Unlimited
This Dall's Porpoise skeleton was articulated in the winter of 2005 in Kodiak, Alaska, by
Lee Post. It was expertly cleaned by Kate Wynne, University of Alaska Marine Mammal
Biologist, using manure composting.
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Articulations of a Porpoise Skeleton Manual
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