Greek Tortoise (Testudo graeca) Skeleton

For me, the skeletons of turtles do not seem to be the most beautiful, because, after all, does not differ much from the “full” animal. However, they are fascinating, with this protective structure which forms the shell.

I like articulating most of the turtle skeletons without scales, leaving the shell in clean bone. As showing what’s under the scales or skin.

This skeleton is from an animal bred in captivity.

Testudo graeca 2003 - 10 Skeleton

Greek Tortoise (Testudo graeca) Skeleton

Testudo graeca 2003 - 19 Skeleton

Greek Tortoise (Testudo graeca) Skeleton

Testudo graeca 2003 - 20 Skeleton

Greek Tortoise (Testudo graeca) Skeleton

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Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Turtle Skeleton

The skeletons of turtles are really interesting. In most cases, I like to articulate them without the scales of the carapace to show bone structure. This terrapin was about 25 cm long. I articulated it so that the plastron is attached to the back, but the same can be separated to show how it is inside.

Trachemys scripta - Red Eared Turtle Slider 01 Skeleton

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Turtle Skeleton

Trachemys scripta - Red Eared Turtle Slider 04 Skeleton

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Turtle Skeleton

Trachemys scripta - Red Eared Turtle Slider 06 Skeleton

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Turtle Skeleton

Trachemys scripta - Red Eared Turtle Slider 07 Skeleton

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Turtle Skeleton

Trachemys scripta - Red Eared Turtle Slider 08 Skeleton

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Turtle Skeleton

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