From the same team that created “Bodies: the Exhibition,” a new exhibition at the Natural History Museum of London peels away the skin of hundreds of species to reveal their anatomies.
“Animal Inside Out” opens in London on April 6, 2012 and runs until Sept. 16, 2012. It features about 100 specimens displaying the structure of many creatures.
The animals were preserved using the technique of plastination which was used by Gunther von Hagens in the “Body Worlds” exhibit.
Here, a woman examines a plastination of a shark.