I find this stuff quite fascinating but it may not be for you if you get queasy at the Natural History Museum. There is a YouTube channel dedicated to odd animal specimens. It is invariably a creature that is not alive, often comes from a jar, and could be partially dissected or just a specific part of an animal. The narrator is young, very enthusiastic and quite thorough. Highly informative videos include those with giant bugs, skulls, the Goliath frog, hammerhead shark embryos, bones, sea lampreys, fanged worms, platypus venom spikes, a two-headed turtle, squid beaks, rattle snake rattles, a jar of hands (!) and much more. Check it out if you dare!
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