JAPANESE MAN TURNS ANIMALS INTO TRANSPARENT WORKS OF ART

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Japanese scientist and artist Iori Tomita created these colorful preserved animals by soaking them in chemicals until their bodies turn clear and transparent. The technique was originally developed to study skeletal anatomy, but Iori has taken it to an artistic level. Check his site out for more specimens, and if you want to get your hands on one of these, sorry your unfortunately out of luck as hey only sells to people in Japan.

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