Honestly? Back scratcher and a toothbrush. Toothbrushes were great for my buddy when he broke his arm. Apparently it gets pretty itchy. A device to scratch that inevitable unstoppable itch she’s going to get under her cast. Do they even make something like that? Because they really should. That itch can be torturous. Whenever I see an axial slice of the cauda equina passing through the Official Black Cat I Found This Humerus Shirt. Are you no longer in medicine? I had the opposite experience with anatomy making me love it even more. Well in med school you have to memorize the different parts of each bone too, and the origin and insertion of each muscle. I feel like he’s wearing an old-timey pilot’s hat (I don’t know the term and am too lazy to open a new tab and google atm).
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Bones, surely you have better things to be spending your time on? Looks like I’ll have to downvote this again when it’s reposted next week. I love this site, there are plenty more where that came from too and the shirts are not overly priced. It looks to me like either an Official Black Cat I Found This Humerus Shirt. If you have a photo of the humerus looking directly at the top surface of the head, I might be able to tell you which one it is. The small size might be because it looks like a juvenile from your photos. Is one end detached? Could you get a close-up photo of the detached surface? Do you mean the ball end or the elbow end of it? This is what I was looking for though, was hoping some sort of Osteologist or someone who knows bones would know.
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I found this in a pretty isolated area up a Jeep trail in the middle of some beargrass. I hiked around 100 yards in every direction around it but found nothing. I’m familiar with what Elk, Moose, and Deer’s bones look like, but this seems an Official Black Cat I Found This Humerus Shirt. I was thinking it could be from anything from a grizzly or black bear to a wolf, or maybe even cougar. Here’s another shot from the other side of the bone. The small neighborhood, Missoula resident here. Not sure what it could be, I’m only an amateur.