Neolithic dog's head recreated using Orkney skull

April 14, 2019 - General

The head of a Neolithic dog has been recreated using a skull discovered in a cairn tomb in Orkney. A forensic artist used 3D images of the 4,000-year-old animal to build the model – complete with realistic muscle, skin and hair.

The model was created by a forensic artist who normally recreates human heads
[Credit: Santiago Arribas/Historic Environment Scotland]The animal is believed to have been the size of a large collie with…

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