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will fit into a suitcase. would pay to see you going through customs lol
By issy on 10 March 2015
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Yes it does, you can remove the head and open the skull.
By Jaime on 11 November 2014
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I admit in the first instance that I am not an expert in these matters. However, the research that I did before buying a skeleton for my daughter to aid her in her osteopathy course, was quite extensive. I chose this one on the basis of a very good price, but more importantly, that according to most of the reviews (a… see more I admit in the first instance that I am not an expert in these matters. However, the research that I did before buying a skeleton for my daughter to aid her in her osteopathy course, was quite extensive. I chose this one on the basis of a very good price, but more importantly, that according to most of the reviews (and they were many!), the skeleton was as anatomically more correct than most. My daughter has also verified this from her newfound knowledge, and so I am pleased with the purchase to have made her happy! She is going to do her own muscular markings on the model, which she preferred to do rather than having it already painted. The poster shown is not an actual poster, but in fact a link to download an A4 size drawing, which was the only downside to the purchase. This was not so much an issue to stop us buying the model, and we would recommend it to anyone. see less I admit in the first instance that I am not an expert in these matters. However, the research that I did before buying a skeleton for my daughter to aid her in her osteopathy course, was quite extensive. I chose this one on the basis of a very good price, but more importantly, that according to most of the reviews (and they were many!), the skeleton was as anatomically more correct than most. My daughter has also verified this from her newfound knowledge, and so I am pleased with the purchase to have made her happy! She is going to do her own muscular markings on the model, which she preferred to do rather than having it already painted. The poster shown is not an actual poster, but in fact a link to download an A4 size drawing, which was the only downside to the purchase. This was not so much an issue to stop us buying the model, and we would recommend it to anyone.
By B.T. on 15 November 2015
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No the spine is not flexible.
By marilyn cole on 07 May 2016
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Lev, I'm sorry I can't help you answer this question as my skeleton is securely displayed on the stand. The top hook looks adequate for your purpose but I suggest you contact the makers if you are still unsure. Good luck.
By Geoff on 27 January 2015
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Yes it is
By STEVEN FEATHER on 15 March 2015
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Yes it does and it could be hung from the top of the head
By Jaime on 27 December 2014