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By Adams, Bradley J.; Santucci, Gina; Crabtree, Pam J

This is a photographic atlas of universal animal bones, designed to be used by means of the forensic scientist or archaeologist. This quantity is the 1st to concentration relatively on either human and animal osteology. It beneficial properties greater than three hundred illustrations of skeletons. all through, animal bones are photographed along the corresponding human bone, permitting the reader to watch measurement and form variations.

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4 Human vs Bear Fig. 4-00. A bear 's cranium and mandible (cranial view). The bear's upper dentition includes three incisors, dne canine, between two and four premolars, and two molars. The mandibular dentition includes three incisors, one canine, two to four premolars, and three molars. 45 46 Adams and Crabtree Fig. 4-01. A human right humerus (anterior view) is compared to a bear's right humerus (cranial view). The lateral epicondylar crest (proximal to the lateral epicondyle) is well developed in the bear, as is the deltoid tuberosity.

4-12. A human right tibia (anterior view) is compared to a bear' s right tibia (cranial view). 58 Adams and Crabtree Fig. 4-13. A human right tibia (posterior view) is compared to a bear's right tibia (caudal view). Human vs Bear Fig. 4-14. A human right tibia (lateral view) is compared to a bear's right tibia (lateral view). 59 60 Adams and Crabtree Fig. 4-15. A human right tibia (medial view) is compared to a bear's right tibia (medial view).

A human right radius (medial view) is compared to a bear's right radius (medial view). Human vs Bear 51 Fig. 4-06. A human right ulna (anterior view) is compared to a bear's right ulna (cranial view). Note that the bear's olecranon process is larger and more well-developed . 52 Adams and Crabtree Fig. 4-07. A human right ulna (posterior view) is compared to a bear's right ulna (caudal view). Human vs Bear Fig. 4-08. A human right ulna (lateral view) is compared to a bear's right ulna (lateral view).

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