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Old 12-05-13, 06:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Reptile Skeletons & Skulls

Thought this would be cool to share.

*Photos are not mine and are from various sources.


Western Diamondback Rattlesnake skeleton and skull (Crotalus atrox)



Ball Python skeleton and skull (Python regius)


Hognose Skull (Heterodon nasicus)



Burmese Python Skull (Python molurus)


King Cobra skull (Ophiophagus hannah)


Veiled Chameleon
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Old 12-05-13, 06:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Reptile Skeletons & Skulls

Bearded Dragon skull (Pogona vitticeps)


Frilled Dragon skeleton and skull (Chlamydosaurus kingii)




White-Throated Monitor skull (Varanus albigularis)
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Old 12-05-13, 07:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Reptile Skeletons & Skulls

Cool idea for a thread. I'll add a few of my favorites.

Varanus salvadorii/Crocodile monitor


Gharial



Heloderma (beaded or gila, not an expert so not sure)
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Frilled Dragon skeleton and skull (Chlamydosaurus kingii)


Frilled Dragons scream "Jurassic Park"....even without tissue.

Very cool Paris, thanks for sharing.
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These are VERY cool!


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Awesome
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Nice. Thanks for putting this together!
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so pretty!!! i am obsessed with skeletons!! and i have already decided that this is what mellik will become when/if she ever passes. she may live forever like i suspect....
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Very cool! Some of those must have been quite the task to put together!
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Those are awesome. Thanks for posting this.
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thanks for these pics I tried to explain to hubby about the jaws being independently hinged (he couldn't fathom how her jaws would hang unevenly after eating until she straightened them) and I showed him these pics...cleared things up for him...
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Re: Reptile Skeletons & Skulls

Pretty awesome. The frilled dragon one is so cool.
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Re: Reptile Skeletons & Skulls

komodo dragon skeleton courtesy of bone clones:



komodo dragon skull courtesy of connecticut valley biological:



gaboon viper skull courtesy of grant museum of zoology:



another gabby, no credit listed:


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A close up of the Gaboon weaponry. ( tissue necrosis in 3, 2, 1,..... )
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i would love to be able to get my hands on one for display.
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