Product Code: 639-107
Dr. Livingston's Anatomy Jigsaw Puzzle: The Human Left Arm
The fifth volume of Dr. Livingston's Anatomy Jigsaw Puzzle: The Human Left Arm focuses on the skeletal structure.
This puzzle shows how the humerus, ulna, and radius bones are oriented. You'll be able to view the shoulder's ball-and-socket joint contours down to the fingers' many hinge joints.
Veins and arteries are interwoven, carrying vital oxygenated blood and removing deoxygenated blood. When finished assembling these exquisite pieces, you will be in awe of your accomplishment and your body's complexity.
Dr. Livingston's Anatomy Jigsaw Puzzles
A popular pastime during the COVID-19 pandemic was jigsaw puzzles. With a world that felt out of control, jigsaw puzzles provided a clear goal and a sense of purpose. Families could gather and spend an afternoon assembling a puzzle. The pieces could be left on a table to tinker on whenever the mood hit. Because jigsaw puzzles engage both sides of the brain, they are an excellent choice for people of all ages and not just during a quarantine!
We are pleased to offer Dr. Livingston's beautiful, larger-than-life, medically-illustrated human anatomy puzzles. Each uniquely-shaped puzzle presents scientifically accurate cross-sections of the human body, at about twice the size of an actual human.
Your students will naturally learn as they work on the different anatomy sections. Each puzzle box looks like a vintage medical text and includes a front cover that seals shut with a durable magnetic clasp. A detailed, labeled image identifying all the parts is on the inside flap of the box.
The puzzle pieces are of good quality, and the educational value of this puzzle is unsurpassed. Each Dr. Livingston puzzle may be assembled and displayed individually or combined to create a continuous 10' tall jigsaw puzzle of the human body. There are seven Dr. Livingston volumes available.
”The puzzle is nearly 500 pieces and every piece is like a work of art. Usually a puzzle of this size a lot of detail is lost from the image being enlarged. It is not the case for this puzzle.”Read the Review