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Black and white photos of vertebrate skeletons

Jack Skellington’s Zoo, I mean, Evolution, is a series by photographer Patrick Gries that features 300 black and white photos of vertebrate skeletons. With the help of various natural history and veterinary museums in France and Monaco, Gries was able to photograph the anatomical specimens in lifelike and reanimated poses, creating a beautiful but grotesque impression on its viewers. The book aims to tell a visual story of evolution through these amazing images.

Via This is Colossal

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African Elephant bones
snake skeleton

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