Time is running out for people to visit BODY WORLDS RX, the newest exhibition on view at the Museum of Natural History in Halifax.
The exhibit features information about anatomy, physiology and health by viewing real human bodies preserved through plastination.
“This is a unique educational opportunity to explore the functionings between healthy human bodies and bodies stricken with disease,” said Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Leo Glavine.
To date more than 38,000 visitors have viewed BODY WORLDS RX making it the second most popular exhibit in the museum’s history next to Sue the T-Rex.
BODY WORLDS RX has been very successful in many schools and group bookings and it has drawn in more adults and nine times more seniors.
BODY WORLDS RX is on view until April 22.
For more information, visit https://naturalhistory.novascotia.ca/