So I have over 80 woolly rhino bones in my fossil collection. With the intent of one day mounting it as a complete skeleton. In the mean time. I'm in the process of individually scanning all the bones. So far I've only scanned a number of separate bones. But once I have scanned all the bones from the front legs for example. I will also create a number of compositions. Putting all the bones together so it's possible to see how all the bones fit together. When I'm done, this should be a mostly complete reference guide on what the woolly rhino skeleton looks like.
Here are a few of the bones I've scanned so far. All of the bones are real except for the skull, which is a scan of a cast. The bones come from the North Sea.
For more bones, check my collection. Where I will be posting more bones as I scan them.