Body Worlds is back at Science World but this time, instead of featuring human bodies, skulls, and organs, the exhibit will be featuring animals. If you’ve ever wanted to know what goes on underneath all that fur or feathers, now is the time.
Animal Inside Out contains more than 100 specimens that have been painstakingly preserved by the process of Plastination. It’s an unforgettable way to learn about the anatomical intricacies of familiar and exotic animals like giraffes, camels, and octopuses. Not only will you be seeing these animals up close, but you’ll also be seeing them inside out!
The exhibit is at Science World until March 28, 2016.
The price of admission is $19+ for children, $22.50+ for youth, students, and seniors, and $30 for adults (19+).
Note: for animal-lovers, none of the animals in the display were killed for the exhibition, all died of natural causes.
More information about the exhibit can be found on the Science World website.