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19th January 2001 at 00:00

The "inside out" tunic with stick-on organs and labels made us want to go back to school and learn human biology from scratch. A lot of fun and an excellent way to show young children the position of the organs. The backbone, pelvis and ribcage are attached to the tunic and the intestine uncoils. The organs are three-dimensional and, as far as is possible, match the shape and colour of the real thing.


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