New on Skullsite, the Bone Blog

Hello visitors of Skullsite,

Our webmaster Jan Jansen has given the Skullsite a complete makeover (a work in progress, so be patient please), and one of the new features is a Bone Blog. Here I plan to post interesting information on skulls and skeletons, tutorials on preparation and other things that may come up, as soon as I’ve figured out how this thing works (I’m not exactly an IT expert). I have a rather busy life with my family and two jobs: biology teacher at a grammar school and curator of Experimental Zoology at Wageningen University, but I hope to be able to post regularly. Your feedback will be most welcome.

Wouter van Gestel, curator

Bearded Vulture, Gypaetus barbatus
Northern Pike , Esox lucius




6 Replies to “New on Skullsite, the Bone Blog”

  1. Hi,
    I just found your site. I’m an artist near Seattle and am recently captivated by bird skulls. The 3D Feature you have is indispensable for my purposes ( ceramic sculpture mainly). I also really like the entire site layout, typeface and organization. It’s so bright and airy and easy to use. he organization of info is excellent , especially being able to search by shape and size. Thank so much for your work.

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