Animals Inside Out
Animals Inside Out is a spectacular exhibition that gives people an insight into the anatomical makeup of some of the world's most fascinating animal species.
This memorable and educational exhibition is dedicated to the animals’ insides. A look underneath the skin and fur allows impressions of the animals’ bone structure, muscles, nervous system and organs at a level of detail never before expected. In addition to a gorilla packing 120 kilograms of muscle, a bear, a giant giraffe and other animals, some of them domestic, ANIMAL INSIDE OUT presents a veritable sensation: “Samba”, the first elephant plastinates ever! “Samba,” with her mass of 3.2 tons and a size of 6 by 3.5 metres is the largest animal ever plastinated as a whole. Everyone interested in animals, short or tall, young or old, is invited to participate in an easy-to-understand anatomical safari. In a manner that is more graphic and more detailed than any anatomy textbook could ever be, the exhibition relates interesting facts about all the animals shown.
This is a unique & really interesting day out for all the family.