Animal Inside Out

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Animal Inside Out
© Gunther von Hagens, Institute for Plastination, Heidelberg, Germany
An exhibition by the team behind Gunther von Hagens's 'Body Worlds', examining the biology, anatomy and physiology of animals. Around 100 plastinates and capillary specimens – including giraffes, octopuses and ostriches – are on display in a show that illustrates how anatomy is crucial to discovering more about the evolution of animals and the natural world.


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Terrible - an expensive freak show that is far too interested in shocking the feeble-minded. The exhibition begins by inviting visitors to explore comparative anatomy, but rather than provide any support to this endeavour, instead choosing to place chickens with rabbits and reindeer with cows.

Loved this exhibition. Went with my partner and his 2 children aged 12 & 13 and we all were fascinated! Definitely one not to be missed!

Excellent exhibition but no information on the creation of the body of work which was disappointing.

Nice exhibition but with very little information on the displays. If you dont have a science background it can be hard to have an in depth experience apart from appreciating the general concept. Relatively small exhibition.

Excellent exhibit! Highly recommend it for families. My kids were fascinated with the various animals on display (camel, shark, gorilla, horse, sheep, goats, elephant, giraffe just to name a few) Book early time slot as museum gets very crowded.