Koala partial skeleton

Early 20th Century
Partial, partially articulated skeleton of a koala (Phascolarctos cinereus). Articulated elements comprise lumbar vertebrae, pelvic bones and right epipubic bone; five vertebrae with five ribs; and femur, tibia, and two tarsal bones. Disarticulated elements comprise a pair of scapulae, two vertebra, thirteen ribs, one ulna, one tibia, one and phalanx. Articulated elements are held together with extensive dried tissues. Collected in the field.
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Early 20th Century
animal bone
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