The world-famous American Smithsonian consists of 9 research centers, 19 museums and 156 branches. In his arsenal, it is the world’s largest repository of artifacts. Today we will focus on the collection of fish, including more than four million specimens. They serve as a source of information about the biodiversity of fish available for scientists all over the world. This library also includes an electronic images, including X-ray, allowing to study the creatures inside.
Some of the X-ray can be seen in the exhibition called X-ray Vision: Fish Inside Out, which was organized by the National Museum of Natural History of the Smithsonian Institution. Checkout below astounding x-rays of real-life monsters of the sea and don’t forget to share it with your friends.
Slender snipe eel Fish