Monday, March 21, 2011

eSkeletons - skeletons and comparative anatomy of primates


eSkeletons is a great site from the University of Texas at Austin, that provides interactive skeletal anatomy of human and non-human primates.

The start page has information on each species and then you click on it to get to the interactive skeleton for each species that you can click on for more information of each bone. There is also a section that allows you to compare species to see what bones they have in common and there is also a taxonomic tree.

The site is easy to use and has great information for Biology and Anatomy teachers and students.


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