Which bones do all the vertebrates have in common? Do turtles have teeth? Children will soon find out as they explore the bone structures of 14 real animals.
Actual x-rays can be matched to highly detailed color photographs of each animal. X-rays have been computer-enhanced to show the animal's body outline surrounding the skeleton, allowing young children to more readily recognize the animal.
Many possible uses in the classroom — compare individual animals, identify common traits and differences, or sort into vertebrate classes.
X-ray images are printed on heavy, transparent plastic, suitable for photocopying as well as direct study. Each of the five vertebrate classes are represented. 28 pieces in all. Ages 5+.
fish: pumpkinseed sunfish, frontosa cichlid
amphibians: dwarf crocodile eggs, leaf frog
reptiles: green tree python, veiled chameleon, infant green iguana, western diamondback rattlesnake, box turtle
bird: red-tailed hawk, turkey vulture
mammals: common marmoset, infant kangaroo, European rabbit
Resource pages with activity ideas (English and French)
Plastic storage bag with snap to hanger
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