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3D Bird Skeleton Models

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You don’t get to see a bird skeleton every day, I guess. At least I don’t, that’s for sure.

Today I came across a website presenting a list of drawings and renders of bird skeletons, and 3D animations of rotating models. It features birds like the Black Woodpecker, the Congo Peafowl, the Papua hornbill, the Maguari stork and more…

I can’t think of a situation in which this information could be of any practical use to me, but it’s oh so interesting. It’s a boys and science thing i guess. And there is some poetry too.

it’s rather like looking at Leonardo Da Vinci’s sketches of flying machinery. Perfectly aerodynamically balanced and tightly designed birds skeletons. That’s all there is to it. You can check it here.

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  • I haven’t been able to find a decent bird skeleton anywhere on the Internet until now.

  • K H

    “a boys and science thing” – please try to rephrase that. It is quite offending to most females. I am a female and am interested so that statement is incorrect. Thank you.

  • boldergeizd

    trying to explain why this fascinated me (over 3 years ago !!!) boys and science was referring to myself. i’m male.
    i wasn’t making any sexist statement at all.
    it’s offending to ME that you take this personal.

    or am i missing the irony here ?

  • fifi j kiwi

    birds birds birds!!!!!!!!

  • Praetori

    I’m glad you posted this. I found a bird skeleton in the woods nearby and I’m trying to assemble it. The 3D images help a lot. Thanks!

    btw I’m female…so it’s not quite a boys and science thing so much as just a science thing. 🙂

  • dude

    i cant find the 3d model of the bird skeleton on here and i need it for class