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More than 200 specimens, including two dozen whole body plastinates such as the "Goalkeeper", "Rearing Horse with Rider" and more, are all displayed in lifelike poses.

Discover our locomotive system and see how our skeleton, muscles, tendons and ligaments enable us to move – from playing chess to shooting hoops. Study our entire nervous system, from nerves and brain to spinal cord, and see how it all works together.

Understand our respiratory system. Find out how we breathe and actually see how smoking affects lung tissue.

When you finish this sentence, your heart will have beaten approximately 12 times. Examine this mighty muscle, and the body’s largest artery, the aorta, along with veins, arteries and capillaries. See what heart disease looks like.

Do you remember what you had for lunch? Wonder where it is now? Learn how our bodies take in and process food and get rid of waste.

This is not the model you remember from 4th grade health class! See our reproductive systems and witness prenatal development inside the womb.

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