For those that are tired of watching animals in the local zoo: pay a visit to the ‘Animal Inside Out’ exhibition at the Waterhouse Gallery of the Natural History Museum in London. Not to see animals frolicking around, but to study their innards. The exhibition features approximately 100 plastinated animals in high detail. A a great opportunity to have a look beneath the skin of some of nature’s most spectacular animals. The exhibition is adapted from Gunther von Hagens’ Body Worlds and jointly presented by Body World and the Natural History Museum. You can pay a visit until September 16, 2012.