CAT SKELETON - FELIS CATUS
The domestic cat, or Felis catus, emerged into the world around 6-7 million years ago. Cats have, on average, around 244 bones, depending on tail length. As cat skeletons have been found among the remains of early human settlements in the Fertile Crescent, there is evidence that cats domesticated themselves by developing a symbiotic relationship with humans due to human settlements being rife with rodents.
This fully articulated cat skeleton was made in house by our very own Evolution staff in our fabrication studio in upstate New York. The removable glass dome allows you to have flexibility in cleaning and displaying the piece. This complete skeleton is an excellent scientific display model of the feline form.
Dimensions: 11"D x 16"H
Scientific Name: Felis catus
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