Bones with Stories to Tell..
Bone ID.net is a visual guide for anthropologists, law enforcement, naturalists, and the simply curious. This site's extensive and easy-to-use database will help you identify bones from many common species regardless of your academic training. Click the picture or this link to access the site.
University of Texas at Austin E-Forensics
eForensics provides an interactive environment using real bones as examples for forensic anthropology explanations. The learning modules explore all aspects of forensic anthropology (age estimation, ancestry, stature estimation, sex determination, pathology, and taphonomy). Click the picture or this link to access the site. (*Helpful hint: use the 2D option when viewing the bone examples in some of the modules*)
Bone Pictures for Lab
Click the picture above or THIS LINK to access pictures of bones for use in lab activities such as determination of height, gender, and possibly ethnic origin. Includes pics of some real bones from the collection at my school. Long bones are photographed on an osteometric board with measurements clearly visible (in cm). Includes photographs of the following bones: skull, pelvis, femur, tibia, fibula, humerus, radius, ulna.