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The Natural History Museum is one of the world's best known visitor attractions, but it's also one of the oldest scientific research centres

3D scans of ten Cetacean skulls collected between 1873 and 2007. The dataset contains both baleen and toothed whales including Physeter macrocephalus (a sperm whale) the largest of the toothed whales and largest toothed predator on Earth.

Scanning was done by Kate Burton using a Creaform Go!Scan 50 structured light scanner and the scans were processed using Geomagic Wrap software. Specimen and context data was provided by Richard Sabin. For access to high resolution scans of these specimens please contact Richard Sabin.