Tamara Mily Balakirev
Animal Inside Out at the Natural History Museum displays the intricate anatomy of animals in a way you’ve never seen before.
Part of Gunther von Hagens’ BodyWorlds, the exhibition displays over 90 plastinated animals from the tiny to the truly enormous.
Frogs, fish and mice are shown alongside giraffes, a huge bull and an ostrich. The highlight is a spectacular 4-tonne elephant, the largest plastinate ever created.
Animal Inside Out at the Natural History Museum closes this Sunday, 16th September.
For more information and for your last chance to purchase tickets, go to nhm.ac.uk