Human Male African Skull BC-110
This is an excellent example of an African skull and perfect for use with our Asian and European skulls for comparative study. Although the concept of race assessment is controversial, certain features of the skull may be of use in differentiating ancestral groups. The nasal root is depressed and the nasal angle is obtuse. The nasal aperture is broad from top to bottom. The lower part of the nostrils has a bilateral gutter and there is no sill. The upper dental arcade has a somewhat rectangular shape. The incisors in the upper jaw are blade-like; however, there is a slight suggestion of shoveling on the left incisor. The face projects forward to a mild to moderate degree. An osteological evaluation report that details the assessment of sex, ancestry and other aspects of the skull is available (BC-110-Report) and will be sent with the purchase of the skull. 2-part skull (separate cranium & jaw).