Florida Museum Puts Cadavers on Display More than 12,000 people have paid $20 this week to see dead bodies. It's a new exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, Fla., "Bodies, the Exhibition." It consists mainly of preserved cadavers with exposed muscles, bones, organs and tendons.
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Florida Museum Puts Cadavers on Display

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Florida Museum Puts Cadavers on Display

Florida Museum Puts Cadavers on Display

Florida Museum Puts Cadavers on Display

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More than 12,000 people have paid $20 this week to see dead bodies. It's a new exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, Fla., "Bodies, the Exhibition." It consists mainly of preserved cadavers with exposed muscles, bones, organs and tendons.

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Michael Sappol, author of Traffic of Dead Bodies; curator-historian at the National Library of Medicine