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I have acquired a rabbit skeleton and it is missing quite a few bones such as the scalpula,a large bit of vertabra,and some other bones. I could 3d scan the bones I have already and then reverse them,but how could I recreate the bones that I do not have in order to print them?
Here is an interesting article about how digital specimens are helping young aspiring paleontologists access museum collections: https://crackingthecollections.wordpress.com/2015/02/10/digital-paleontology-bringing-museum-specimens-into-the-high-school-classroom/ - Michael