Estimated Delivery Time: 20-40days
- Condition:100%Brand New and High Quality
- This product is suitable for home decoration personality, bar decoration, halloween scene layout, hospital skull model show.
- This product is non-toxic and environmentally friendly natural resin production
- This figurine is made of high quality coldcast polyresin and is hand painted to perfection. it is solid and not hollow.
- It will make a perfect decoration for your horror collection.
100% Brand New and High Quality
This anatomically correct life-size
Will add great value to the biology and science departments of any school or university
A great help for Archaeologists
Occasion:Party or Halloween
Size :Approx. 19cm*14cm/7.5in*5.6in
Package Included: 1PC Resin Replica Medical Model
Note: 1.Please allow 0.1-0.3cm differences due to manual measurement, thanks.
2.Please understand because of the light irradiation or computer display difference, so I can't guarantee photos and real color is 100% the same.
Skull, skeletal framework of the head of vertebrates, composed of bones or cartilage, which form a unit that protects the brain and some sense organs. The upper jaw, but not the lower, is part of the skull. The human cranium, the part that contains the brain, is globular and relatively large in comparison with the face. In most other animals the facial portion of the skull, including the upper teeth and the nose, is larger than the cranium. In humans the skull is supported by the highest vertebra, called the atlas, permitting nodding motion. The atlas turns on the next-lower vertebra, the axis, to allow for side-to-side motion.
In humans the base of the cranium is the occipital bone, which has a central opening (foramen magnum) to admit the spinal cord. The parietal and temporal bones form the sides and uppermost portion of the dome of the cranium, and the frontal bone forms the forehead; the cranial floor consists of the sphenoid and ethmoid bones. The facial area includes the zygomatic, or malar, bones (cheekbones), which join with the temporal and maxillary bones to form the zygomatic arch below the eye socket; the palatine bone; and the maxillary, or upper jaw, bones. The nasal cavity is formed by the vomer and the nasal, lachrymal, and turbinate bones. In infants the sutures (joints) between the various skull elements are loose, but with age they fuse together. Many mammals, such as the dog, have a sagittal crest down the centre of the skull; this provides an extra attachment site for the temporal muscles, which close the jaws.