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Animal Inside Out: Plastinate Anatomy Exhibit Showcases Real-World Horses and Hooved Mammals at London's Natural History Museum

Hoofcare + Lameness had a front row seat at this week's press preview of the Natural History Museum of London's brand new exhibition: Animal Inside Out. Slices of a full-size ex-giraffe are beautifully presented from top to toe The exhibit opens to the public today but we were allowed to see it without the crowds in our way, so here's a very special report direct from London,just for
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