7 Halloween Animal Skeleton Clipart
Today we have a fascinating collection of Halloween Animal Skeleton Clipart! All of the images below are beautiful Black and White illustrations, scanned from Antique Natural History books. I am pretty sure they won’t appeal to everyone, but I believe the ones we have are great for those who like these types of images for Halloween, or other Natural themed projects. I’ve noticed a trend in my neighborhood, and maybe you have too. There are animal skeletons every where! On nearly every porch, and every yard, I see one or more of these quirky decorations. Of course they aren’t real, thankfully! Anyway, I thought you might be able to make good use of these for your own decor. We have some super creepy looking Bat Skeleton Graphics, as well as a Snake, Turtle and more. Perhaps you could make a fun sign with these for your door or porch, or maybe iron them onto a pillow for your outdoor furniture.
Creepy Bat Skeleton Clipart
Pictured above are some super creepy looking Bat Skeleton Graphics. This is a set of drawings from an early Natural History Book! The top one is a Bat Skeleton Diagram with wings outstretched, and the lower one is a Vampire Bat Skeleton. Frightening huh?
Elk Skeleton Graphic
This is an extraordinary Circa 1835 antique print of an immense Elk Skeleton. I can’t believe that the antlers are still attached. The bones don’t look like they could hold up those huge antlers. Its legs look so thin and frail to me. So fun for Halloween!!
Halloween Animal Skeleton Clip Art
Featured above is an odd looking image of a Strange Chameleon Skeleton for Halloween. This illustration is from the very early Natural History book as well. The book actually has all kinds of skeletons in it, representing many different types of animals. I hope you like this one!
Above we have an extraordinary Natural History Turtle Skeleton illustration. It is such a tiny boned creature when seen like this. I am fascinated with the feet displaying those long toes and the tiny hip bones. His skull shape resembles a snake, don’t you think?
I think the illustration seen above is a bit scary and creepy!! This Snake Skeleton Engraving comes from a Natural History book. It’s a Boa Constrictor to be exact. I know this one isn’t for everyone, but I do like to mix things up a bit to keep them interesting. Anyway, it’s a pretty cool skeleton!
Here we have a nifty Vintage Fish Skeleton Image! Shown above is an illustration of the Skeleton of a Fish. Scanned from an 1880’s Natural History Book, it reminds me of that funny singing fish plaque from the 1980s (I think) – “Take me to the river. Throw me in the water!” Ha Ha!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Halloween Animal Skeleton Clipart!! You might also like the 240+ Images in our Natural History Archives HERE or 20+ Images in out Anatomy Archives HERE.