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  • BC107 - Human male European skull

    Ideal for teaching and medical training, this model displays extensive detail and is considered more durable than natural bone.  Use with models of African and Asian human skulls for comparative studies. Stand available - contact us for pricing and...

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  • BC133 - Human female European skull

    Ideal for teaching and medical training, this model displays extensive detail and is considered more durable than natural bone.  Use with models of African and Asian human skulls for comparative studies. Stand available code SBC133 Click here to...

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  • BC150 - Human female European skull, calvarium cut

    Made with removable calvaria and spring hinged jaw, this human female calvaria cut skull is an exceptionally detailed, high quality reproduction, with all internal and external osteological structure and detail accurately reproduced, including inside...

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  • BC212 - Human male European skull, calvarium cut

    An excellent example of a typical European male skull, exhibiting considerable detail.  The Calvaria has been cut for removal and inspection of the interior of the skull. Stand available - contact us for pricing and availability of product...

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  • BH001 - Australopithecus afarensis

    Australopithecus afarensis skull (2.9 to 3.6 million years). The australopithecines are only known from Africa and are believed to be the earliest true hominids.  None has ever been found in Europe or Asia.  They had ape-sized brains; their...

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  • BH002 - Homo habilis skull, KNM-ER 1813

    Homo habilis skull, KNM ER 1813 (1.9 million years). The Homo habilis Skull KNM-ER 1813 was discovered by K. Kimeu in 1973 at Koobi, Kenya, and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1973.  There is still controversy about this specimen's...

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  • BH003 - Australopithecus robustus, SK-48

    Australopithecus robustus skull, SK-48 (1.5 to 2 million years). The Australopithecus robustus skull SK-48 was discovered by Fourie in Swartkrans, South Africa in 1950 and described by R. Broom in 1952.  SK-48, formerly called Paranthropus...

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  • BH004 - Homo heidelbergensis, 'Rhodesian Man'

    Homo heidelbergensis skull, Broken Hill 1 "Rhodesian Man"  (125,000 to possibly 400,000 years). The Homo heidelbergensis skull Broken Hill 1 (Rhodesian Man) was discovered in Kabwe, Zambia (formerly Rhodesia), by miner T. Zwigelaar and originally...

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  • BH006 - Australopithecus boisei, KNM-ER 406

    Australopithecus boisei skull, KNM ER 406 (1.7 million years). The Australopithecus boisei skull KNM-ER 406 (male) was discovered by R. Leakey at Koobi Fora, Kenya, in 1969.  This discovery helped to shed light on the controversial hypothesis that...

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  • BH008 - Australopithecus aetheopicus, KNM-WT 17000

    Australopithecus aethiopicus skull, KNM-WT 17000  (2.5 million years). The Australopithecus aethiopicus Skull KNM-WT 17000 was discovered by A. Walker in 1985 on the west shore of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya.  It was described by Walker,...

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  • BH010 - Homo habilis, OH 24

    Homo habilis skull OH 24 (1.8 million years). The Homo habilis Skull OH 24 (KNM) was discovered by P. Nzube in 1968 and first described by M. Leakey, Clark, & L. Leakey in Nature in 1971.  This nearly complete but very badly crushed specimen...

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  • BH011 - Homo ergaster, KNM-ER 3733

    Homo ergaster skull KNM-ER 3733 (1.75 million years). The Homo ergaster skull KNM-ER 3733 with dentition was discovered by B. Ngeneo in 1975 in Koobi Fora, Kenya, and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1976.  Several teeth are intact, but no...

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  • BH013 - Homo rudolphensis, KNM-ER 147

    Homo rudolfensis skull KNM-ER 1470 (1.8 to 1.9 million years). The Homo rudolfensis skull KNM-ER 1470 was discovered by B. Ngeneo in 1972 at Koobi Fora in Kenya and described by R. Leakey in Nature in 1973.  The classification of this specimen has...

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  • BH014 - Piltdown man (fraud)

    Piltdown Man skull 1912 (fraud). This skull is a replica of Dawson's so-called "Dawn Man," which had been unearthed in a gravel pit at Piltdown near Sussex, England, by Charles Dawson in 1912.  The find consisted of a modern appearing cranium, with...

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  • BH016 - Australopithecus africanus, 'Taung Child'

    Australopithecus africanus skull (Taung Child) (2.3 million years). The Australopithecus africanus skull (Taung Child) was discovered by M. de Bruyn in Taung, South Africa in 1924.  Anatomy professor Raymond Dart identified this juvenile skull as a...

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  • BH017 - Cro-Magnon 1

    Cro-Magnon skull (30,000 - 32,000 years). This Cro-Magnon skull was discovered by L. Lartet and H. Christy on a cliff in 1868 during the construction of railway lines in Les-Eyzies, France.  Cro-Magnon, meaning "big cliff," represents the earliest...

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  • BH017-C - Cro-Magnon 1, with jaw

    Cro-Magnon skull with jaw (30,000 - 32,000 years). This Cro-Magnon skull was discovered by L. Lartet and H. Christy on a cliff in 1868 during the construction of railway lines in Les-Eyzies, France.  Cro-Magnon, meaning "big cliff," represents the...

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  • BH018 - Homo erectus, Sangiran 17

    Homo erectus skull Sangiran 17 (1 to 1.6 million years). The Homo erectus skull Sangiran 17 was discovered in 1969 by Mr. Towikromo in Java, Indonesia, and first described in 1971 by S. Sartono as Pithecanthropus erectus (Pithecanthropus 8).  In the...

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  • BH019 - Homo neanderthalensis, La Ferrassie 1

    Homo neanderthalensis skull La Ferrassie 1 (50,000 years). The Homo neanderthalensis skull La Ferrassie 1 was discovered in France in 1909 and described that same year by Capitan and Peyrony.  A more thorough study of the La Ferrassie skeleton was...

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  • BH020 - Kenyanthropus platyops, KNM-WT 40000

    Kenyanthropus platyops skull KNM WT 40000 (3.5 million years). The Kenyanthropus platyops skull KNM-WT-40000 was discovered in 1999 by J. Erus, a member of Meave Leakey's team, west of Lake Turkana, Kenya.  In 2001 Leakey et al. described the...

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  • BH021A - Australopithecus afarensis, 'Lucy', light

    Australopithecus afarensis skull "Lucy", light finish, (3.2 million years). The Australopithecus afarensis Skull "Lucy" was discovered by D. Johanson in 1974 in Hadar, Ethiopia.  Several branches of the hominid evolutionary tree that began between 2...

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  • BH021T - Australopithecus afarensis, 'Lucy', dark

    Australopithecus afarensis skull "Lucy", dark finish, (3.2 million years). The Australopithecus afarensis skull "Lucy" was discovered by D. Johanson in 1974 in Hadar, Ethiopia.  Several branches of the hominid evolutionary tree that began between 2...

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  • BH022 - Homo heidelbergensis, Atapuerca 5

    Homo heidelbergensis skull Atapuerca 5 (350,000 to 500,000 years). The Homo heidelbergensis skull Atapuerca 5 was discovered in Spain in 1992 by Juan-Luis Arsuaga, in the fossil-rich caves of Sima de los Huesos (Bone Pit), Sierra de Atapuerca.  This...

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  • BH023 - Proconsul africanus

    Proconsul africanus skull (14 to 23 million years). The Proconsul africanus skull was discovered by Mary Leakey in 1948 on Rusinga Island, Kenya.  This specimen, based on the 1948 Leakey discovery, is the most complete Proconsul africanus cranium to...

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  • BH024 - Sivapithecus indicus, GSP 15000

    Sivapithecus skull (8 million years). The Sivapithecus indicus skull was discovered in 1979 by D. Pilbeam and S.M. Ibrahim Shah on the Potwar Plateau, Pakistan.  This specimen consists of a nearly complete mandible (with complete dentition) and the...

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