What’s hotter than the innards of a pastinated octopus? Well, usually just about anything really, but not this week as Time Out returns with the Hot List. From April 6 visitors to the Natural History Museum will be entreated to journey inside the intricate biology and physiology of some of the world’s most spectacular creatures, posed in all their sinewy glory for the Animals Inside Out exhibition. From the team behind Gunther von Hagens’s famous Body World shows comes this insight (literally) into the animal kingdom. Around 1,000 plastinates and capillary specimens, including giraffes, octopuses and an ostrich are on display.
For info, see The Hot List.