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Rodentia
Cetacea
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Procyonidae
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Group Info

A group dedicated to the internal anatomy of animals for art or medicine.

Simple anatomy references to veterinary illustrations, tutorials to detailed artwork, anything animal and anatomical is accepted!

Please join! New members are always welcome!
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Founded 5 Years ago
May 23, 2011

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About us, folders and how to submit

Animals-and-Anatomy was created on the 23rd May 2011.


AIMS

This group was created to showcase anatomical illustrations and other similar art or photography, for predominantly farm animals, dogs and cats, as well as some of the less well-known animals and birds.

We aim to be informative and useful to other artists, displaying reference sheets, tutorials and diagrams for anyone's use. We also hope to show art that is normally ignored due to the small number of groups dedicated to animal anatomy.


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COLLECTIONS

:bulletorange: To submit to a specific collection, click on the title of that folder (listed below) and click the "+ Submit to This Folder" button on the top bar :bulletorange:


Featured :fish:

Featured: only one deviation will be displayed here at a time. It will be the one I think best describes the group, or any particularly good submission.


Latin names :fish:

CANINE: domestic dogs, wolves, dingos, other wild canines.

FELINE: mostly domestic or house cats, could also include wildcats.

EQUINE: horses, donkeys and mules, may include zebras and other wild equines.

BOVINE: cows, bulls, calves and so on. Extinct animals such as aurochs submit to 'extinct animals'.

OVINE: sheep.

CAPRINE: goats.

PORCINE: pigs.

AVIAN: birds.

URSINE: bears.

CERVINE: deer - elk, moose, red deer, reindeer, etc.


Classes :fish:

Reptilia: reptiles - lizards and snakes to crocodiles and alligators.

Amphibia: frogs, etc.


Orders :fish:

Lagomorpha: consists of-
- Leporidae rabbits and hares.
- Ochotonidae pikas.
- Prolagidae extinct short-eared, longer-tailed rabbit like animal.

Rodentia: mice, gerbils, hamsters, etc. Rabbits and hares are not rodents, submit to 'lagomorpha'.

Sirenia: sea cows such as manatees.

Cetacea: dolphins, whales and so on.

Primates: animals such as monkeys and orang-utans.


Other :fish:

Fish: fish, including sharks. Whales and dolphins are cetacea.


Extinct animals: dinosaurs, aurochs, mammoths, more recently extinct animals.

Mythical creatures and character refs: made up animals such as dragons' anatomy, and characters.

Animations: animations and movement.

Tutorials: tutorials explaining the anatomy of any animal. Please submit tutorials to both the tutorials folder and the correct folder for the animal used.

General: submissions containing more than one animal.


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If you don't know which folder to submit something into, send it to Featured and I'll move it to the right one.
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CetaSoul Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I find anatomy rather fascinating. If you accept me, I'll try my hand at practicing internal cetacean anatomy, but I'd mostly be doing superficial anatomy
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DaniBeez Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is this group still active?
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Katran-and-Squfur Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi,
could you open the 'mustelidae' folder, please?
I cannot submit into it :>
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DJ-Sky-Storm-117 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Good day to you fellow Deviants!
I have come to you with a question. I have come across two different bones for aquatic species, and while I would like to find out what kind they are, I want to get them out as much as possible, so more Deviants can see them.
Would they qualify for your group? I wouldn't want to be an annoyance by joining and putting them into the Fish Folder and have it wrong. :)
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AzureHowlShilach Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
hello I was wondering if anyone over here could possibly tell me what animal skull this is ,[link] many people gave options,but i'm curious if anyone here has an idea ?
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LupusDream Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello i am sorry to bother but i found some raccoon bones, from the paw up to the elbow. i was wondering how to clean the bones because it still has some flesh and fur on and it smell like decaying flesh.
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LittleKirara Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How come you don't have a Mustelidae folder?
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parsek76 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks for the invitation :dance:
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Lovepanda29 Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011
(Tell me if the links are not working)
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