This is a section of a deer spine I found in Oregon. It's comprised of ten bones including the sacrum that are all still firmly attached to one another allowing you to see the interlocking bone structure of the vertebrae. When I found the spine the connected tissue had not broken down and after leaving the bones on my roof for several months the spine is totally dry and preserved. Because it is dry you cannot bend the spine, however, if you wanted to shape it into more of a curve the spine could be soaked, bent, and dried into another position. The bones are all in great condition and has been lightly cleaned with soap and water. Awesome display piece and can easily be hung on a wall as well, it naturally has many small holes for attachments. You probably will not find anything like this elsewhere.