Remember Gunther Von Hagen’s Autopsy Live and Body Worlds exhibition? Well he’s back with an exciting anatomical safari exhibition at the Natural History Museum – Animals Inside Out.
The exhibition brings together nearly 100 plastinate and capillary specimens to guide visitors on a safari journey through nature’s anatomy. From goats to giraffes and octopuses to ostriches, visitors will see the body make up of some of the world’s most impressive animals. Learn about everything that makes up our animal friends, from their skeletal foundations, muscles tendons and ligaments to their nervous system, how they breathe and eat, and how they reproduce.
The exhibition is open at the Natural History Museum from 10am to 17.50pm until 16th September. More details at www.nhm.ac.uk