Postcard of Diplodocus carnegiei skeleton cast at the Jardin des Plantes in Paris. Arthur Coggeshall and William Holland from the Carnegie Museum, along with Marcellin Boule of the Paris museum seated and surrounded by museum technicians. The impressive cast was a gift from US industrialist Andrew Carnegie. Photo c. 1908.
Artist Iori Tomita, who graduated from the Kitasato University School of Fisheries Sciences, creates these incredibly strange specimens of animals, turning all the protein in their bodies transparent, and then infusing their bones and cartilage with color so they become strangely compelling, soft-colored skeletons.
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