Bird wise this is worth a look: http://aves3d.org/public_images/show_image/5051?specimen_element_id=417&specimen_id=142
Fish wise, very excellent photos are available here (but not generally 3D scans if I recall correctly): http://fishbone.nottingham.ac.uk/
All the best,
Dr Julia Best
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
Department of Archaeology, Anthropology and Forensic Science, Faculty of Science and Technology
Christchurch House, Talbot Campus, Poole, BH12 5BB
Tel: +44 (0)1202 962074
From: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Aurélie Guidez
Sent: 25 April 2016 11:00
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Subject: [ZOOARCH] 3D skeletons?
I wondered if you knew of any virtual faunal comparative collection (with 3D scanned bones) other than the one available on the Max Planck Institute's Departement of Human Evolution's website? I'm looking for mammals essentially, but I'll take birds and fishes as well. Thank you!
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