Unsurprisingly, the feet are causing me consternation. Some of the tiny bones (carpals I can’t identify? Imposters sent to make me second guess everything about my hobby choices?) are just not fitting into the puzzle very well. For my own skeletons, I don’t stress if there’s a bone missing in the feet, but this specimen is destined for educational display at our local nature center and I want it to be right. Here are some pictures. I’m befuddled by this gap under the scapholunar on the front paw. I could have sworn I had the trapezoid in the right place, but that space just seems wrong. Then, I have 5 sets of smallish bones I simply cannot place. I use the Atlas of Animal Anatomy for Artists and the Bible of newbie bone building by Lee Post. But I’m in need of more help! Help, forum friends!