I hinted at another post in last round, and here I deliver. (The “amazeballs” in the title is a running joke with our Xmas guests here in England, but it applies to the subject of these images, too… which will be the subject of a future blog post involving a dissection of the subject!)
This will end the 2014 round of Mystery Anatomy. What 2015 will bring, I am not sure, but here we have 15 images for my 15th mystery CT post and 2015 around the corner.
I do have a new, fun regular anatomy post idea planned for 2015 but I’ll explain that later.
Stomach-Churning Rating: 2/10; digital images; the cadaver is gutted but I am chuffed.
Mystery Anatomy 2014: same rules as before.
Identify (1) the animal shown in the 15 slices, to species level (max. 5 pts), and then the major features (anatomical regions) evident in as many of the 15 slices as you can; details help (max. 5 pts for thoroughness and accuracy).
Difficulty: No scale, sort of. Otherwise, pretty easy.
Answers will come on New Year’s Day, to ease your hangovers (or encourage vomiting).