Real Bodies: The Exhibition

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Bring up the bodies

Ever wanted to see a real human body, from the inside out? This new exhibition coming to the Byron Kennedy Hall features 20 real, perfectly preserved human bodies and 200 anatomical specimens, alongside scientific descriptions and philosophical questions about what it means to be homo sapiens.

Visitors can explore ten galleries of anatomical artefacts and plastinates that help explain how humans breathe, eat, think, grow more humans and ultimately die. Real Bodies: The Exhibition aims to connect audiences to a deeper sense of what it means to be alive, asking what we’re made of and why we’re here.

Read more about Real Bodies: The Exhibition in our news story.

By: Emma Joyce

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