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Take an Anatomical Safari: Photos of Inside-Out Animals

Gape at a Gorilla

Animal photo from the Animals Inside Out Exhibit by Gunther von Hagens.

(Image credit: © Gunther von Hagens, Institute for Plastination, Heidelberg, Germany www.bodyworlds.com)


Primates are the nearest mirror we have in the animal world, and, as such, key similarities and differences can be observed in morphology. Here, a plastinated gorilla is posed for the Animals Inside Out exhibition.

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