Anatomy of a rabbit: greeting card with envelope
Ever wondered what lies beneath the fluffy adorableness of a rabbit? Well here you have it: the anatomy of a male rabbit! This medical illustration postcard shows the skeletal system and a selection of organs of a male rabbit.
The painting on the card is made with watercolor paint and different types of pencils, digitally annotated and printed on beautiful thick cardboard with a matte coating. The back of the card is writable. The card comes with an envelope.
Looking for an original card to send to someone who owns a pet rabbit, an animal lover, biologist or veterinary medicine student? Or a nice anatomical illustration to hang on the wall? Look no further!
The card is annotated and titled in English. The following anatomical structures are annotated are on it: scapula, humerus, cervical vertebra, cranium, maxilla, mandible, trachea, esophagus, heart, fused radius and ulna, rib, lung , stomach, liver, duodenum, jejunum, kidney, femur, colon, pelvis, ureter, cecum, bladder, rectum, testis, fused fibula and tibia.