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the problem:

My buddies and I went hunting and they all killed something for mounting except me.

the solution:

Bear and tiger head mounts are for wimps. If I'm going to have a trophy, it's going to be of a real mother effin dead person. Talk about of discussion starter! Buy it for only 100 grand and start thinking of a cool story of how you kidnapped and put him on a remote island and started hunting him like game.

Plastinated Human Body

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Plastinated Human Body


Whole human body, plastinated with silicone rubber. This body No. 1 is most suited for studying the locomotive system, the inner organs (respiratory organs, circulatory, intestinal and genitourinary tract) as well as the peripheral nervous system.Head: The head shows the facial muscles with superficial arteries and veins (if available) as well as sensible branches of facial nerve, greater and smaller occipital nerve, auriculotemporal nerve together with the parotid and submandibular gland. On the left side the skull is opened to show the natural position of the brain. The dissection of the neck shows the following structures: suprahyoid muscles, infrahyoid muscles, common carotid artery with branches, subclavian artery with branches, jugular vein with branches (if available), sensible branches of the cervical plexus, vagus nerve, phrenic nerve, hypoglossal nerve. Also shown are the larynx together with the thyroid gland with the superficial muscles of the neck.Extremities: Combined superficial and deep dissection of the muscles of the extremities. The origins and insertions of each muscle are clearly demonstrated by removal of the connective tissue. The muscles themselves are separated from each other along their pathways. Dissection of all nerves and arteries listed in the anatomical nomenclature. At various locations the large veins have been left in place.Thoracic and abdominal cavity: For opening the thoracic cavity, the sternum has been cut in midline and the anterior wall opened like a double door, allowing examination of the thoracic organs in situ from the front. The abdominal cavity has been opened in the same way by creating a double door. Both abdominal flaps have been opened below the lower costal margin and above the inguinal region with the inguinal canal.