A dentist in Nanaimo, Vancouver Island (Canada) was recently handed a project to restore a set of jaws from a dead orca whale.
The jaws will be used in a mobile teaching display as part of a complete orca skeleton assembled on a backdrop of a whale’s anatomy showing how the animal’s skeleton and internal organs are arranged. This Build-a-Whale has been assembled by the Strawberry Island Marine Research Society, based at the Clayoquot Sound UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
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