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Human Fetal Skulls and Skeletons - Bone Clones® is proud to offer the world's only fetal osteology reference set to span the intrauterine growth period from 13 weeks to full term. This collection of both cranial and postcranial remains is a fantastic addition to any osteology/anthropology/forensics teaching or service laboratory, as thorough and accurate evaluation of human skeletal remains demands a detailed understanding of human skeletal morphology at all stages of development. Access to a high quality reference set of fetal remains of known age is critical for learners, teachers, and practitioners alike. In addition to skulls and postcranial sets, we offer a 32-week-old fetal skeleton in both an articulated version (SC-181-A) and an articulated, flexible version (SC-226-A). This flexible version, which is designed to flex at the joints and neck, should prove invaluable to neonatal and perinatal educators. We are also fortunate to have been allowed by the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology's Laboratory of Human Osteology to cast a Disarticulated skeleton (SCM-186-D) from a 40-week fetus.

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Catalog #
Product Name Description
Fetal Human Skull 13 Weeks BC-215
BC-215
Fetal Human Skull 13 WeeksEstimated to be 13 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 17 Weeks BC-218
BC-218
Fetal Human Skull 17 WeeksEstimated to be 17 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 14 Weeks
BC-194
Fetal Human Skull 20 WeeksEstimated to be 20 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 21 1/2 Weeks BC-220
BC-220
Fetal Human Skull 21 1/2 WeeksEstimated to be 21 1/2 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 29 Weeks
BC-195
Fetal Human Skull 29 WeeksEstimated to be 29 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 30 Weeks BC-225
BC-225
Fetal Human Skull 30 WeeksEstimated to be 30 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 31 Weeks
BC-180
Fetal Human Skull 31 WeeksEstimated at 31 weeks, this Bone Clones® cast of a Human Fetal skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development. The cartilaginous Fontanelles are clearly visible in the Anterior, Mastoid and Sphenoid regions of this skull...
Fetal Human Skull 32 Weeks
BC-181
Fetal Human Skull 32 WeeksEstimated to be 32 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development. This reproduction is also offered as part of two chronological sets...
Fetal Human Skull 34 Weeks BC-226
BC-226
Fetal Human Skull 34 WeeksEstimated to be 34 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 35 Weeks BC-227
BC-227
Fetal Human Skull 35 WeeksEstimated to be 35 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 40 Weeks
BC-182
Fetal Human Skull 40 WeeksEstimated to be 40 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Disarticulated Human Fetal Skull Full Term BCM-186-D
BCM-186-D
Disarticulated Human Fetal Skull Full TermThis Disarticulated skull is from a full term (10 lunar months) fetus. It was part of a medical examiner's comparative pathology collection before coming to the Maxwell Museum and is remarkable in its completeness...
Fetal Human Skull 40 1/2 Weeks BC-228
BC-228
Fetal Human Skull 40 1/2 WeeksEstimated to be 40 1/2 weeks old, this skull exhibits characteristics of prenatal development...
Fetal Human Skull 40 weeks (full term) with Calvarium Cut
BC-281
Fetal Human Skull 40 weeks (full term) with Calvarium CutBy removing the calvarium of this child skull, osteologists are able to learn the complex anatomy of the endocranium. The age of the skull was determined by reference to the natural bone specimen and a panoramic radiograph...
Human Fetal Skulls Set of 3
BC-182-SET
Human Fetal Skulls Set of 3A comparison set of three human skulls in fetal development, ranging from 31, 32, and 40 weeks (near term). The individual skulls are also available...
Human Fetal Skull Set of 5 Skulls
BC-194-SET
Human Fetal Skull Set of 5 SkullsA comparison set of 5 human fetal skulls illustrating fetal development at 20, 29, 31, 32 and 40 weeks...
Human Fetal Skulls Set of 12 BC-228-SET
BC-228-SET
Human Fetal Skulls Set of 12An unprecedented reproduction of twelve stages of fetal development, our set has been compiled from original skulls loaned to Bone Clones by several institutional collections. This set makes it possible to carefully study developmental change in small increments of time...
Human Fetal Skeleton Replica
SC-181-A
Human Fetal SkeletonAn excellent detailed Human Fetal Skeleton (stand and base included). The determination of age of the developing human skeleton is not simply a mathematical exercise whereby analysts plug measurements into equations to come to estimated ages..
Flexible Human Fetal skeleton 32 Weeks
SC-226-A
Flexible Human Fetal Skeleton32-week-old fetal skeleton designed to flex at the joints and neck A flexible fetal skeleton should prove invaluable to neonatal and perinatal educators...
Articulated Human Fetal Skeleton Full Term SCM-186-a
SCM-186-A
Articulated Human Fetal Skeleton Full TermThis excellent skeleton of a full-term fetus is remarkable for its completeness. Each postcranial bone has been individually cast and then meticulously re-assembled...
Disarticulated Human Fetal Skeleton Full Term SCM-186-D
SCM-186-D
Disarticulated Human Fetal Skeleton Full TermThe Disarticulated skeleton shown is from a full term (10 lunar months) fetus. It was part of a medical examiner's comparative pathology collection before going to the Maxwell Museum and is remarkable in its completeness...
Human Fetal Full Term Cranial Set
KO-186-020-SET
Human Fetal Full Term Cranial SetOur premium fetal skull set of 3 bones showing all the foramina, canals, etc. and minute details of the original bone...
Fetal Sphenoid Replica In Plastic Case
KO-186-001
Human Fetal SphenoidFetal Sphenoid In Plastic Case
Fetal Ethmoid Replica In Plastic Case
KO-186-002
Human Fetal EthmoidFetal Ethmoid In Plastic Case
Fetal Temporal Bone Replica In Plastic Case
KO-186-009
Human Fetal TemporalFetal Temporal Left or Right Our Choice In Plastic Case
Comparative Fetal Osteology Collection
KO-340-CSET
Comparative Fetal Osteology CollectionThorough and accurate evaluation of human skeletal remains demands a detailed understanding of human skeletal morphology at all stages of development. Access to a high quality reference set of fetal remains of known age is critical for learners, teachers, and practitioners alike...
Human Fetal 4 Months Set of 3 Postcranial
KO-328-SET
Human Fetal 4 Months Set of 3 PostcranialCast from real bones, these 3 postcranial skeletal elements are excellent representations of human osteology at this stage of early second trimester development...
Human Fetal 4 1/2 Months Set of 3 Postcranial Bones
KO-325-SET
Human Fetal 4 1/2 Months Set of 3 Postcranial BonesThe bones of this set consist of three long bones: the humerus, femur and tibia...
Human Fetal 9 Months Set of 8 Postcranial Bones
KO-358-SET
Human Fetal 9 Months Set of 8 Postcranial BonesIn addition to a rib, this set also includes a right and left mandible, scapula, humerus, ilium, femur and tibia...
Human Fetal 5 Months Set of 8 Postcranial Bones
KO-389-SET
Human Fetal 5 Months Set of 8 Postcranial BonesThis set also includes the mandible (right and left), humerus, rib, femur and tibia...
Human Fetal 6 Months Set of 8 Postcranial Bones
KO-381-SET
Human Fetal 6 Months Set of 8 Postcranial BonesThis set includes a mandible (left and right portions of lower jaw), scapula (shoulder blade), humerus (upper arm), rib, ilium (winglike portion of pelvis), femur (thigh) and tibia (larger of the lower leg bones)...
Human Fetal 7 Months Set of 8 Postcranial Bones
KO-374-SET
Human Fetal 7 Months Set of 8 Postcranial BonesCast from real bones, these 8 postcranial skeletal elements are excellent representations of human osteology at this stage of late fetal (third trimester) development...
Human Fetal 8 Months Set of 8 Postcranial Bones
KO-366-SET
Human Fetal 8 Months Set of 8 Postcranial BonesIn addition to the humerus and tibia, this set also includes the right and left mandibles, a scapula, rib, ilium and femur...
Human Fetal Full Term Set of 8 Postcranial Bones
KO-350-SET
Human Fetal Full Term Set of 8 Postcranial BonesCast from real bones, these 8 postcranial skeletal elements are excellent representations of human osteology at this stage of early neonatal development...
   

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