There’s a new exhibit heading to the Milwaukee County Zoo and it’s pretty amazing. It’s called “Body Worlds: Animals Inside-Out” and it portrays more than 100 species of animals turned (you guessed it) inside out, displaying their insides on their outsides. Many people may recall the Body Worlds exhibit featuring human bodies featured this way, and this is the first time the exhibit will feature animals in America.
Usually when you hear an animal story in the news about any kind of creature aside from a companion animal, it’s a bit of a horror show. Last week we took a look at a man who was devoured by a snake! This week, however, there’s a much better story to be told.
People who love dogs know that canines are at least as smart as two-year-old humans, if not smarter. Dogs can be trained to do everything from put their own toys away to do yoga with their owners, and some people even have service dogs who open doors for them. Some dogs, however, just open doors for themselves!
Man-eating snakes. They do exist, although they are rare, and if you need proof, take a look at the body of a man who was just found inside the body of a giant python in Indonesia! The poor guy had been at work on his farm, and after he went missing people spotted the over-full reptile struggling to slither in the village of Salubrio.