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  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Rabbit cerebellum
  • Greyhound dog skull
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Rabbit tongue
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Squamous cell carcinoma, mouse eye
  • Greyhound dog skull
  • Corrosion cast of an otter's lung
  • Omasum and abomasum (stomach chambers), goat
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Stomach from a neonatal dog, longitudinal section
  • Dog hindlimb, lateral (outer) view
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Spinal cord (ventral view), feline
  • Horse intestine with multiple attached parasitic worms
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Rabbit cerebellum
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Hydatid cyst in a horse liver
  • Cat lip
  • Imaginary Herbaria of Dr James Miranda Barry
  • Canine head, dissected to reveal the salivary glands
  • Antique brain tissue, St Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington DC
  • Corrosion cast of a pig's lung
  • Dissected pelvis and hindlimb, canine
  • Canine head, dissected to reveal the salivary glands
  • Bovine kidneys
  • Bovine teat
  • Complete skeleton of a flamingo (Phoenicopteridae). Flamingos are tall wading birds with long, delicate legs and downturned bills. They also have long, curved necks which are made up of multiple vertebrae as seen here. The flamingo is 62 cm from ground to shoulder.