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Two Faced Sheep Skull

Two Faced Sheep Skull As a part of the Virtual Wonders exhibit at the Natural History Museum, this site examines a strange sheep skull that looks as if it has two faces in a 3-D format. The picture can be clicked on and dragged to view all sides of the fossil. The Natural History Museum,
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Two Faced Sheep Skull


As a part of the Virtual Wonders exhibit at the Natural History Museum, this site examines a strange sheep skull that looks as if it has two faces in a 3-D format. The picture can be clicked on and dragged to view all sides of the fossil.

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