Columbia, West Virginia — Titanium is a rare material.

Its chemical composition is such that it has a very high melting point, but its strength is not enough to support the weight of a human.

So it has been thought to be a “toxic metal.”

But Columbia’s new titanium dog tooth is much more than a bone and a metal.

It’s also a powerful instrument for the world’s first titanium dog skull.

Titania is the first titanium-made dog skull made in the United States.

It was donated to Columbia by Dr. Joseph J. Ting, who died in 2016.

Columbia is the only university in the U.S. to have made a titanium dog head, according to the school’s vice president for communications.

It is made from a ceramic alloy called titanium-20.

It weighs just 3.7 pounds and is 6 inches long, which is about one-third the length of a regular human head.

The alloy is extremely strong and light, and the material is a great material for prosthetic limbs and other body parts.

The skull was donated by Dr Ting’s wife, Lisa Ting Johnson, who is an engineering professor at Columbia.

The titanium dog was originally designed to replace a broken leg, but the pair realized it could be used to reconstruct a fractured skull, Dr. Tingsons mother said.

It also could be a great tool for a variety of other applications, said Dr. J. Scott Brown, a professor of biomedical engineering at the university.

Columbia’s titanium dog is designed to withstand the extreme conditions of the Antarctic and Arctic.

Its a high-tech tool for surgeons, dentists and orthopedic surgeons.

Its also a strong material that can withstand high temperatures and pressures, he said.

The dog skull has been made in Columbia’s manufacturing plant in the Columbia, W.

Va., area, said Columbia spokeswoman Katie Meehan.

It takes two days to make, and Columbia takes a 10 percent cut, Meegan said.

Columbia also plans to sell the skull, which has a titanium-plated nose and ears.

The skull is scheduled to be on display at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., in 2021.

A titanium dog can be used for an array of applications, including prosthetic ornaments, medical devices, and medical implants, according the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

In addition to its titanium-derived bone and metal, Columbia’s newest titanium dog comes with a titanium alloy for its head, neck and hands.

Columbia hopes that its skull will help people who have lost their limbs or who suffer from spinal cord injuries.

It also is a means of improving human and animal health and welfare.