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Deer anatomy-white tail deer

Deer anatomy-white tail deer

 

Deer anatomy-white tail deer
Image Number: 1820-067
Dimensions: 4" x 6"
Media Used: photoshop
Formats Available: Digital
Title: Deer anatomy-white tail deer
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Anatomy of the white tail deer from the left lateral side showing location of internal organs, skeleton, and vessels.

© Laurie O'Keefe, CMI
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Artist/Company Bio:
Laurie O′Keefe has been providing detailed and accurate illustrations for the medical and scientific communities since 1985.

Education
B.S Zoology
M.S. Anatomy, with a concentration in Bio-Medical illustration-Colorado State University

Certified Medical Illustrator

Many additional stock illustrations are available. Contact the illustrator for more details.

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