BoneClones® Limbs for Anatomical Comparison
Is this structure analogous or homologous?
- A variety of limb types for anatomical comparison
- High quality replicas from real specimens
- Expertly prepared for accuracy
When discussing homologous and analogous evolution, the most common comparison is using limb structure. Select a range of limbs that suit your teaching needs and let your students examine the skeletal structure directly! Each of these high quality replicas are naturally sized, and articulated ( except swimming limbs) to allow for direct comparison of how bone structure has adapted.
Ordering information: A worksheet utilizing these limbs is available as a downloadable PDF manual on this page.