'Animal Inside Out'

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An employee poses next to a plastinated bull during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/UNI PHOTO

An employee poses next to a plastinated bull during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/UNI PHOTO

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A girl poses next to a plastinated elephant during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

A girl poses next to a plastinated elephant during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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A employee poses next to a plastinated gorilla during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

A employee poses next to a plastinated gorilla during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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An employee poses next to a plastinated shark during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

An employee poses next to a plastinated shark during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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An employee poses next to plastinated reindeers during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

An employee poses next to plastinated reindeers during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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An employee poses next to a plastinated sheep during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth.

An employee poses next to a plastinated sheep during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth.

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A man poses next to a plastinated goat during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

A man poses next to a plastinated goat during the media viewing for the exhibition "Animal Inside Out" at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition which runs from April 6 to September 16 features almost 100 specimens showing intricate anatomical detail. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

UPDATED ON APR 03, 2012 11:33 PM IST
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