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This Book Lets You Build Your Own Human Skeleton

 |  |  |  |  February 8, 2018


Just because you want a life-size skeleton in your room, that doesn’t automatically make you a weirdo. Maybe you’re a medical student, maybe a bone doctor, maybe it’s Halloween, or maybe you are just a weirdo, which is fine too. Whatever the case, this Build Your Own Human Skeleton book is all you need to build yourself a human sized bone-buddy.

This book is a kit that lets you build a life-size (5′ 9″ tall) skeleton out of quality and durable paper. When you’re all finished, you’ll have a new bony friend to display anywhere you want. No glue or scissors needed. It is said to be a surprisingly sturdy skeleton, and the joints even bend and straighten. You can even put clothes on it if you want.

The book gives you detailed step-by-step instructions. The “bones” even have anatomical labels in both English and Latin. No bones about it, this is one awesome skeleton-making kit. You can pre-order it right now from Amazon.

It makes a great gift for medical students and also a great Halloween decoration. And like I said, weirdos are welcome too. What are you waiting for? Pre-order this thing so you can start making your scary skeleton ASAP.

[via Creepbay]



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