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Gummy bear bones and organs by Jason Freeny

If you’ve ever looked at a gummy bear and mentally dissected it to its bare bones and insides, you obviously share Jason Freeny’s vision. He’s been there too and he’s figured it all out for us less imaginative folks. This skeletal amping is quite a pattern — he’s done it to cartoon characters too. In case you were wondering, this 8.25” tall x 4.5” wide x 4” deep see-through monstrosity of a gummy bear has 41 bones in it. And you shouldn’t try to eat any one of them.

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