The bronchial tree is the gas pipeline of the lungs and an important part of the respiratory system. The main bronchus and bronchial branches are called "bronchial tree" because it really looks like a tree when it is turned upside down.
Meiwo provides plastinated specimens of sheep bronchial trees for veterinary teaching and exhibitions in the plastination museum. The silicone rubber and its auxiliary chemical materials used in the specimens have passed the international SGS certification. Anatomical specimens of the plastinated goat bronchial tree show: trachea, right bronchus, and left bronchus.
Meiwo's animal specimens use plastination process, dry, non-toxic, non-irritating, and very suitable for teaching and display. For more information about animal plastination, please contact us.