Drawings in vector format of skeletons in connection intended to illustrate your scientific work provided to mention their references and copyright, such information is given at the bottom of each drawing. Individuals or institutions wishing to use them in a broader context - publication, exhibition, movie, event or educational output - are invited to contact us.
They are downloadable in PDF (compatible with Adobe Illustrator and various DTP software) and PNG formats.
We try to enrich this section regularly from anatomical drawings found in publications and vectorized by Michel Coutureau and colleagues or, from your own production. To help us develop this section, don’t hesitate to send us also your drawings. You can also send us copies or references of publication offering the same type of illustration that we could vectorize well and make available to all.
Amphibians
Artiodactyls
Carnivorans
Cetaceans
Bats
Insectivores
Lagomorphs
Marsupials
Monotremes
Birds
Bony fishes
Primates
Proboscids
Reptiles
Rodents
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Rebecca Nicholson - 1
Dear archaeozoo and Michel Coutureau,
I am currently designing a sheet for use at Oxford Archaeology to record articulated and semi-articulated animal remains in the field. Would you give us permission to use your vectorised drawing of a sheep (Ovis) or cow (Bos) for this? I can send you a PDF image of the sheet if helpful.
Musée national de Préhistopir - 1
Bonjour, Nous souhaiterions utiliser les silhouettes de Renne, Renard, Harfang, Lièvre, Lagopède dans nos salles d'exposition permanente afin de présenter l'exploitation des ressources animales au Magdalénien. Merci de nous indiquer les conditions d'utilisation.
Par ailleurs, nous sommes à la recherche de silhouettes de salmonidé et de spermophile. En avez-vous à nous proposer svp?
Bien cordialement