The 'Fish Inside Out' Exhibit Captures the Insides of Sea Creatures

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Feb 13, 2012 • References: online.wsj &
Scientists have been studying animals and sea creatures for ages, but the 'Fish Inside Out' exhibit pushes past the scientific data and offers an amazing artistic look into the underwater world.

The exhibit captures everything from eels to porcupine fish in stunning X-ray vision. Recently opened at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, Fish Inside Out will be a traveling exhibit across the United States until 2015. Thinking about the things that live underwater may conjure up some squeamish feelings, but looking at this exhibit with its intricate displays of insides will make you appreciate all forms of life.

Check out the images from the Fish Inside Out exhibit and if you find yourself in the right place at the right time, you may even have the chance to see it in person. Stats for Intricate Underwater X-Rays Trending: Older & Chilly
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