Chickensaurus skeleton

Chickensaurus skeleton

Kevin made an awesome chicken skeleton with his son, he writes –

As a lesson in anatomy, my son and I reassembled a chicken skeleton from the bones remaining after a chicken dinner. We cleaned and dried the bones, then hot-glued them together. It came out pretty cool. A chicken is a lot bigger than you’d think. We gave it a pouncing pose. From the proper angle it does have a dinosaur look about it.

4 thoughts on “Chickensaurus skeleton

  1. wheres the beak? - get it? beak... beef... ha. says:

    wheres the front of the top beak? I hear they cut them off shortly after hatching, down on the farm. Keeps ’em from pecking to death their (approx) 6 or so roommates – so you can eat more of course. Maybe more knowledge than we bargained for from the old grocery store. Mmm mmm good.

    You should see the celery skeleton…

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