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Bodies The Exhibition - The Runner
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Bodies The Exhibition is a controversial exhibition showcasing preserved human bodies dissected to display bodily systems. It opened in Tampa, Florida on August 20, 2005.[1] It is very similar to, though not affiliated with, the exhibition Body Worlds (which opened in 1995).[citation needed] Bodies… The Exhibition is operated by Premier Exhibitions[2] which presents, and promotes other bodies exhibits including Bodies Revealed, and Our Body: The Universe Within; and other entertainment exhibits such as Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and Titanic Science; Sports Immortals and The Traveling Exhibition; and Dialog in the Dark.[3

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