Anatomy of a female goat: greeting card with envelope
Ever wondered what lies beneath the quirky adorableness of a goat? Well here you have it: the anatomy of a female goat! This medical illustration postcard shows the skeletal system and a selection of organs of a female goat.
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 and a sealing sticker.
Looking for an original card to send to someone who owns a goat (or just loves them), 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:
cranium, maxilla, mandible, cervical vertebra, trachea, esophagus, scapula, humerus, lung, heart, radius, ulna, carpal bones, 3rd and 4th metacarpal bone, digits, rib, spleen, descending colon, dorsal sac of rumen, spiral loop of ascending colon, pelvis, rectum, femur, tibia, udder, tarsal bones, 3rd and 4th metatarsal bone, digits.