So cool! Anyways I cannot read Japanese and am relying on Google Translator's muddled take on this webpage, but from what I gather: Japanese researchers have discovered a way to render a dead animal's flesh and muscles completely transparent, and somehow dyed their skeletal systems a variety of cyan and magenta colors, all presumably in the name of scientific research. Check out some of the results:
I know that these images look like the skeletons without flesh and muscles, but as this video creepily illustrates, the skeletons are in fact encased in bodies that have been rendered transparent:
It's cool and creepy at the same time. I just hope these researchers don't link up with the guys behind those "Bodies" exhibits.
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