For those that are tired of visiting the local zoo and watching the same animals frolic about, perhaps you should pay a visit to the 'Animal Inside Out' exhibit at the Waterhouse Gallery of the Natural History Museum in London. The animals there aren't frolicking but are rather still as they show off their innards.
The exhibit features approximately 100 plastinated animals in excruciatingly high detail and will definitely induce some shivers among visitors. This exhibit also presents a great opportunity to learn more about one's favorite animals and really become knowledgeable with a variety of species that coexist with humans. Some may even learn more about another species' physical makeup than their own! The exhibit will remain open until September 16, 2012.
Muscle Tissue Mammal Museums
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Gigantic Skeleton Sculptures
Introspective Body Art
Marooned Corpse Sculptures
Excavated Dinosaur Heat Exchangers