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Fowl Physiology March 11, 2008

Posted by Brian L. Belen in Odds and Ends.

This one falls squarely between “somewhat disturbing” and “oh I’ve always wanted to try that”:

Wired Magazine’s Kevin Kelley reports on the Geekdad blog that he and his son decided to have an impromptu lesson in anatomy by reassembling a chicken’s skeleton from bones leftover after a chicken dinner.

The result is a “chickensaurus” that’s actually quite interesting. Apart from pictures of the finished product, the article comes complete with a detailed description of how to go about the experiment on one’s own.

Chicken not included.

[Read: Chickensaurus Skeleton (via Wired’s Geekdad Blog)]



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