'Saved by Science' in Seed Magazine is a series of photos by Justin Cooper that reveals a behind-the-scenes look at the Natural History Museum.
The photos are amazing, demonstrating pelts of tiger fur hanging on a wire, an entire room dedicated to horns and wall mountings, and even a foot locker that is actually used for elephant feet. If you're easily disturbed, I'd suggest you avoid the foot locker picture, but the rest of the 'Saved by Science' images are worth a gander.
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