The Significance of Human Specimens In The Exhibition Hall

The museum of human life science can not only popularize scientific knowledge of medicine, but also make people cherish life more. Most of the life science museums use plastination human specimens, because plastinated specimens are dry, non-toxic and easy to preserve, which are very suitable for medical exhibitions.

Human specimens in the science museum
 

In the human specimen section you may see plastinated specimens in various shapes, you can also learn about the role of each organ in the human body, the comparison between the lungs of smokers and non-smokers, and you can even see the development of each stage of an infant's embryo.

Human specimens in the science museum
 

What these human specimens show is difficult to convey through words or pictures, so that people have a better understanding of human anatomy and a greater reverence for life.