Fetus skeleton model, 30 weekFirst class actual cast of a real human fetus skeleton in the 30th week of pregnancy.
All parts have been reproduced and colored very carefully.
An 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. It is in fact a laborious effort requiring painstaking evaluation of all bony elements in the context of developmental anatomy. The average body length measurements of this skeleton suggest an age of 8.5 to 9 months, but developmental (nonmetric) osteologic features are most suggestive of 7 to 7.5. It is not possible to reliably differentiate male and female fetal, infant and young child skeletal remains.
The model is not movable and comes with a stand.
Size: approx. 40 cm