Alligator Skull - 1:4 Scale

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Alligator Skull - 1:4 Scale by AlexJDrew Apr 9, 2014
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1:4 scale alligator skull. Surface reconstructed from CT images. Images taken from http://openpaleo.blogspot.com/. The top and bottom jaws have been separated for ease of printing. Enjoy!

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it would be nice if you can get a crocodile skull also

Elf, I will keep my eyes peeled for a CT scan of a croc. This model was created through image segmentation of scan data I found online. Link in the description.

On a similar note, I asked my local natural history museum if they were interested in collaborating on digital reconstruction of their dinosaur collection, but I never heard back. Bummer.

yea real bummer the alligator skull is by far so perfect to print. im hoping to print one big enough and donate them to my brothers school. ive seen the caiman skull but it doesn't sit as good as the alligator skull. having animal skulls to print i think would be very beneficial for school i hope we can find museums to contribute.