Jack Pearadin and Doug Nelsen found a 1.73-carat diamond after nearly a year of searching the park's field.
It's a bare-bones tour through 5,000 years of anatomy tinkering, from early slice-and-dice with guys like Galen and Leonardo da Vinci, to a time where anyone can walk up to a body part and see how it hooks up with everything else.
There are some interesting cross-section studies too, featuring both a head and a full figure. The sections are mounted on sticks that swivel back and forth in a slow unison that provides some interesting angles.
Parents of small children might want to get an on-line preview of the show at www.ourbodytheuniversewithin.com before deciding to at-tend. With black curtains everywhere and people talking in low voices, there's kind of a funereal setting to the show anyway. Also, some of the body parts are rather artlessly displayed, although most of them are behind plastic cases.
Plenty of kids wandered through, but few were taking the time to read the info at each display.
Guided audio tours are available to rent and the show also features four video screens, which provide brief but excellent explanations of body systems and their interactions.