articulated skeleton

ar·tic·u·lat·ed skel·e·ton

mounted skeleton, one with the various parts connected in such a way as to demonstrate normal relationships and allow motion between components as in the living body.
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The fossil, called Orabates pabsti, is a "beautifully preserved and articulated skeleton," said Nyakatura.
(4) The burial contained the articulated skeleton of a single juvenile between approximately 12 to 18 months of age, according to tooth eruption and the length of long bones.
"To discover this kind of articulated skeleton is not easy.
Auction giants Sotheby's is overseeing the sale in New York of the fully articulated skeleton, as one of many lots from a stunning collection built up over many years by wealthy US financer Michael Steinhardt and his wife Judy.
"We have exhumed one fully articulated skeleton and one set of disarticulated human remains.
One of the easier approaches is to download the Flexible Action and Articulated Skeleton Toolkit from the University of Southern California.
A team from the University of Southern California's Institute of Creative Technologies has rigged up middleware it calls the Flexible Action and Articulated Skeleton Toolkit.
His articulated skeleton, which (like that of Truganini in Hobart) remained on display in the Museum until the 1960s, marked his transition from agent of his own people's future to scientific specimen.
Not much in the way of anti- social behaviour on this blue planet.: Wood, foam and wool:The clangers were made from an articulated skeleton of wood with brass ball joints.
Since such a so-called articulated skeleton, common from the Upper Paleolithic, must have been protected from the elements and scavengers, the body probably received burial at the time of death.
A beautifully articulated skeleton of Diplodocus was found and named Diplodocus carnegiei."