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“Animals Inside” at the Perot Museum


This week, we visited the “Animals, Inside and Out” exhibit at the Perot Museum.  This exhibit shows the inside function of animals (and humans), in graphic detail.  It made me realize that I like the outside of an animal much better than what is inside.

Actually, this exhibit really does show how complex living organisms are, even if they do look kind of gross.

The design of the Perot has gotten both praise and scorn

The design of the Perot has gotten both praise and scorn

Outside, a xylophone gets the attention of a young girl

Outside, a xylophone gets the attention of a young girl

Hey, you can't do leap frog without frogs, right?

Hey, you can’t do leap frog without frogs, right?

These look much better cooked and on a plate

These look much better cooked and on a plate

Looks pretty nasty to me

Looks pretty nasty to me

Really?  all that is under the fur?

Really? all that is under the fur?

Quite a display

Quite a display of intestinal fortitude

OK OK, don't get mad about it

OK OK, don’t get mad about it!

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