Cramming For Anatomy Is Easier When Your Book Turns Into a Skeleton

Because unfortunately movie versions of medical textbooks are all too rare, if you're cramming for an upcoming exam on the human skeletal system and the last thing you want to do is spend the night reading, this wonderful $32 tome can be turned into an almost six-foot tall paper skeleton. Nothing beats hands-on experience as a learning tool, right?

All of the bones are properly labeled too, and you don't need scissors, glue, or tape to put it together. Like a book of coupons, everything comes pre-perforated and assembles with a series of cleverly engineered tabs. All you need is a few hours of patience, lots of coffee, and a desperate desire not to flunk out of Biology 101. [Firebox]

Cramming For Anatomy Is Easier When Your Book Turns Into a Skeleton