From next week fans of thrills and unusual spectacles can indulge themselves with a visit to the Natural History Museum in London. The theme of the exhibition is poisonous animals. If you are scared of spiders, insects, snakes and other parasites - we advise you to refrain from visiting. For the curious admirers of nature, the exhibition will be a good opportunity to get to know more closely the creations of evolution that live side by side with us. You probably will be surprised how little you know about these creatures.
An exhibition of poisonous animals in London
The exhibition will probably discourage you from wanting to eat, after all, after visiting it you will discover an unpleasant fact: practically all our food, cosmetics and even medicines contain the poison of parasites. At the same time, poisons have helped scientists a lot in understanding the structure of the world.
Fortunately, the exhibits will not frighten you with sharp movements, they are lifeless, although they look natural due to the retaining liquid. During the tour you will be introduced to the principle of the effect of various poisons and their influence on the daily life of a person. The initiator of the exhibition Ronald Jenner will intrigue you with his theory about how human saliva can be made toxic with time.