The “wet collection” of Berlin’s Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum of Berlin celebrated its 200th Anniversary by opening to the public the just restored East Wing, which was destroyed by Allied bombing during the Second World War.
Thousands of jars containing fishes, mammals, worms, crabs, spiders and reptiles preserved in alcohol have been displayed in what is probably the most modern storage site for alcohol-preserved specimens exhibits in the world.

[Source: Spiegelonline]

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