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Featuring over 200 specimens consisting of whole bodies and individual organs that have been meticulously dissected and preserved through an innovative process, Bodies the Exhibition will enlighten, captivate, fascinate and inspire.
Bodies the Exhibition offers a fascinating look into the human body. Unlike biology and anatomy models and diagrams, at Bodies you get to peer at real 3-Dimensional human bodies that have been preserved for the NYC exhibition. It is a field trip destination like no other.
Take a look inside your human self, to better understand how your intricate and captivating body works, and how you can be more informed about your own health. Bodies New York allows people of all ages access to sights and knowledge normally reserved only for medical professionals.
There are nine galleries to explore, ranging from the skeletal system to the reproductive system.
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