I know you made the post about human remains a month ago but I wanted to share- in my junior year anatomy class we had two skeletons. One was plastic. One was plasticized human bones that the teacher referred to as Gertrude. We had an actual human skeleton in our classroom and it was super legal! (Also Gertrude was shrinking thanks to cell decay where the plastic had chipped off the bones)

Interesting! I mean plasticizing isn’t really for bones, but maybe you mean covered in plastic? 

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