I'm glad to see you again. Today, I went to the Galeries d'Anatomie comparée et de Paléontologie (Galleries of Comparative Anatomy and Paleontology), in other words, a Skeleton Museum. It actually had human and animal body parts and some freaks of nature in formaldehyde. But I'll show the freaks of nature last.
First, I made my beloved Mama a Mother's Day card, but it was in the late afternoon because I spent my whole morning playing on video games instead of writing my Mama a card, so when we were about to go to the museum, I asked if I could have a bit more time so that I could write the card, but she said no, and I got a bit pouty for about 15 minutes. I got over it, and I learned my lesson. Love before games.
We went to the Galleries. Here is what I saw. First up, we saw animal skeletons. A lot of them.
|Man and Apes|
|You have to look at such Design!|
|Skeletonized giraffe...looks scary!|
|Skeleton hummingbirds...how cute! (and a bit scary)|
|Don't you agree with me?|
|A baleen whale, with its baleen still there! The most amazing thing I learned was that its reproductive parts each weigh one ton!!!!|
|some animal's stomach!|
|A human right lung is larger than the left lung, at least I think.|
|The biggest one on top is the blue whale.|
|Now we go to the second floor, the dinosaur floor.|
|giant shell and antlers!|
|My, what big antlers you have! The better to knock you over with!|
|Last, the "monsters" or the "freaks of nature"! This is a two-headed baby lamb.|
|A skull of another two-headed animal|
|This is a skeleton of two lambs that were born stuck together. On the right you see a model of what it looked like. Poor animals!|
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