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Moving Horse Skeleton

At my school, we need to make a project for the local Cantamath competition, and every year, I try and make my project somewhat horse related, like this one from 2 years ago.

And so this year, I decided to make a moving horse skeleton

A real horse skeleton has approximately 205 bones, but this one only covers the basic 27.

I have named the bones, and all the joints with screws are moveable.

It can do anything a real horse can do, and gives you a good idea of how a horse moves.

Overall, I'm pretty happy with it! This is a fun project to make, and if you want to learn more about how the horse moves, I would definitely recommend making one for yourself! (it's fun to figure out how to make one yourself, so there will not be a tutorial for this ;) )

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