Centaur Skeleton

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Centaur Skeleton

Reportedly a custom job by osteological specimen-house Skulls Unlimited, though I can find no mention of it on their site. [via Boing Boing]

24 thoughts on “Centaur Skeleton

  1. Anonymous says:

    Te definition of horrible lower back pain. Just look at that awful bend in the spine, ouch!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Te definition of horrible lower back pain. Just look at that awful bend in the spine, ouch!

  3. Anonymous says:

    How does the horse part’s lungs get air? Down the windpipe of the human part? Are there two sets of lungs?

    1. Anonymous says:

      Think humancentipede.

  4. Anonymous says:

    How does the horse part’s lungs get air? Down the windpipe of the human part? Are there two sets of lungs?

  5. Tim Saylor says:

    With a spine like that a lot of them would be hexaplegics.

  6. Tim Saylor says:

    With a spine like that a lot of them would be hexaplegics.

  7. Janice Ryan Taylor says:

    I always knew they were real! LOL

  8. Janice Ryan Taylor says:

    I always knew they were real! LOL

  9. VRAndy says:

    Soon people will be emailing this photo to each-other with the caption “Centaur skeleton found at archeological dig.  Mainstream scientists refuse to comment.”

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