Remember Body Worlds? Back in 2010, the exhibit – which displays preserved human bodies in lifelike poses – made waves when it appeared at Vancouver’s Science World. Well, the same technology is now at the forefront of a brand new exhibition at the Vancouver Aquarium featuring sharks, giant squid and other fish.
Sea Monsters Revealed, on through Sept. 7, shows the internal anatomy of various sea creatures in vivid detail. Through the miracle of plastination – which replaces water and fat in tissues with a special plastics to halt decay – viewers can get a glimpse inside the kind of fearsome predators of the deep you normally want to admire only at a distance. Continue reading:
“Body Worlds for Fish”: See preserved sharks and giant squid (from the inside) at Vancouver Aquarium