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Lindsey Fitzharris Sep 28
This remarkable specimen of a human head was prepared by the French anatomist Honoré Fragonard, 250 years before and the technique of plastinating bodies was invented. It’s now at the Musée Fragonard, Paris. Photo: Paul Koudounaris.
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HuffPost UK 8 Oct 18
New exhibition features real human corpses that have been preserved through 'plastination'. The only thing missing is their skin. Read more:
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LOVEtheatre 29 Oct 18
💪 Discover the beauty beneath your skin at the brand-new and all-interactive Museum Experience in Piccadilly Circus 💪 renowned exhibition has sparked curiosity and awe around the world with +47 million visitors
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Royal Alberta Museum 30 Nov 18
The new Body Worlds exhibition opens today ! Curious for more? We have a Plastinated pronghorn in our Natural History Hall, which shows the evolutionary adaptations that make the pronghorn is the fastest land mammal in the Western Hemisphere!
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Kurt Yaeger Dec 22
Even on holiday, Boston exhibit reminds us of the option
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Mike Yawney Oct 28
What a strange morning! I’ve done many things on morning television but never have I held a human arm...that wasn’t attached to a body before. I did however take the time to caress ’s check with one of the fingers 😂 He’s now turning into a zombie
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Body Worlds London Jan 10
Wishing Dr Gunther von Hagens a very Happy 75th Birthday! ❤️ It’s a milestone birthday for the genius anatomist, who is renowned worldwide as the inventor of plastination - the process which all displays in the exhibition are preserved through
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Joanna Culley 11 Oct 18
PhD research today was visiting anatomy exhibition wow! Highly recommend it!!!
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David Bloom 23 Nov 18
The Bull exhibit is installed at the Telus World of Science as crews set up for Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out
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MNH Naturalists 25 Apr 18
A big thank you to our 33 student volunteers who contributed more than 450 volunteer hours in the exhibit! We greatly appreciate you sharing your time with us and our visitors!! LS
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When You Die 8 Oct 18
"Suffering from Parkinson’s is like practicing dying." Gunther von Hagens Creator of plastination, the means of body preservation used by wants to go her own way
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Cole Moreton 6 Oct 18
I travelled to the remote German headquarters of the founder , the man they call Dr Death. What I found there was even more extraordinary than you’d think.
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David JackOLantern 10 Jan 19
Two plastinated human bodies showing the muscular systems. A cis male body stands erect and holds a cis female's body above its head. A person inspects the display from behind. Body Worlds Vital exhibition, Flemington Showgrounds, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Emily Green Apr 6
Finished upper limb from Artist Day ♥️
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Katie Pilbeam 5 Oct 18
I had a really great time filming and learning all about the body at - it opens to the public this Saturday in Piccadilly Circus 🇬🇧
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Brighton Student Union Physiotherapy Society Jan 11
Body world trip today with some of the physio soc and OTs! Really helped to see so much under the skin and great displays showing various conditions to help with our learning!
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Anushka Goel 8 Sep 18
People say Disneyland is the happiest place in the world. Clearly, they’ve never been to the Tech Museum of Innovation. Check out these awesome displays - they are from real human beings!
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SkyFlier6981 RGN RNT Dec 5
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“SLOTH!” Jan 21
I was supposed to draw “the brain” so I did one without reference and after looking at reference.
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Perry O'Bree 28 Nov 18
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