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BODY WORLDS 2 Media Room

Welcome to the BODY WORLDS 2 Media Room, your source of information designed especially for this exhibition. BODY WORLDS 2: The Anatomical Exhibition of Real Human Bodies, which closed at the California Science Center in the early morning hours of March 28, 2005, continued where the first BODY WORLDS exhibit left off. Highlights of this exhibit included the “Suicide by Fat--Obesity Revealed” specimen, which shows fat tissue and how it damages vital organs like the heart and bones. "Orthopedic Man” demonstrated a variety of surgically implanted orthopedic devices. These and other real preserved human specimens revealed new views of the body in mesmerizing detail.

Working media interested in covering the exhibit are asked to complete a press accreditation form, which can be faxed in advance of your visit to (213) 744-2026.

You may request a comprehensive press kit via email, or download the following press information:

Please note that due to the unique subject matter, access to the exhibition and its collateral is obtained through completion of press accreditation and/or specific user agreement forms. Thank you in advance for your understanding of this distinct exhibition’s special requirements.

Exhibit and Materials Access
To access or request materials for publication or broadcast, please use the links below.

Image Database
Request image access or log into the image database.

Materials Use
Apply for permission to use existing materials, such as photos or video.

For additional information, please call the Communications Office at (213) 744-7446.

Please note: to download the forms, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. For a free copy of the software, click here.

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