Complete with a cyclops and a two headed calf, the animal pathology exhibit at the Universidad Austral in Valdivia hosts a world of the weird and unexpected found nowhere else. Follow veterinarian María José Navarrete as she guides us through the exhibit, explaining the stories behind each of the creatures housed in this fascinating museum.
Cecilia Villanasco dijo:
e can buy from any specialised shops walking sticks, sturdy...if preferred, strange in shape...but this poor foetus should be left alone.
Suzy Green dijo:
Grażyna Józef Piechowicz dijo:
napewno trudna sytuacja ale pomogla bym
Christopher Hart dijo:
That deformed cow foetus @ 2:38 would make a good walking stick handle.
Hawk Wells-Kidd dijo:
Not unique species at all, they are all deformed. Not something to be proud of, something to be concerned about! I also not convinced that they are all genuine either, a freak show.
Cat-less Daniela Monardez dijo:
Not entertainment, education.
Christine Woodcock dijo:
Yuck. I don't call that entertainment!
Pamela Ross dijo:
Not pleasant to look at but very educational...People need to be aware that these things do happen in nature...
Lorraine Whitehouse dijo:
I didn't like that at all. But for science it my help .
Mirtha Chirino dijo:
Buenisimo, gracias x compartirlo.
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Mel Sanchez dijo:
Yeah UACH. Hope to be there in Fall
Trish Clopton Coghlan dijo:
Not one of my favorite This is Chile posts. I think this would scare children. It scared me.