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Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
Giglioli's Whale Skeleton 3d printed
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Giglioli's Whale (Amphiptera pacifica) is a purported species of whale observed by Enrico Hillyer Giglioli. On September 4, 1867 on board a ship called the Magenta about 1200 miles off the coast of Chile, the zoologist spotted a species of whale which he could not recognize. It was very close to the ship and was observed for a quarter of an hour, allowing Giglioli to make very detailed observations. The whale looked overall similar to a rorqual, 60 feet (18 m) long with an elongated body, but the most notable difference was the presence of two large dorsal fins about 6.5 feet (2 m) apart. No known whales have twin dorsal fins.

This model has been successfully printed in WSF.

The model is one piece. There is a small hole in the spine for a 3/32" or 2.38mm pole/tube if you wish to make a stand for it, and it can also be hung from the ceiling like they do in museums.
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Giglioli's Whale Skeleton in White Strong & Flexible
Width Height Depth
7.624 cm 6.164 cm 30.656 cm
This model is 3D Printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Model version 6 | Last updated on 11/18/2014

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$58.00
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