Earlier today a friend and I went to the National Museum of Health and Medicine, located on the Walter Reed Army Medical Center campus in Northwest Washtington, DC. As many times as I had driven by the campus, talked about the musuem, or even gone on campus (the wonders of military medicine!, somehow I never had time for the museum. The museum had a whole section on fetal development, with fetuses at varying ages, and, best of all, a whole bunch of fetal anamolies. I don't know how they got such big ones, but they were preserved, and you can see the cojoined twins online!
Interestingly enough, there was also an anencephalatic fetus. This was particularly ironic since readers of this site will surely know that the military does not pay for abortions of fetuses with this fatal disorder.
Anyway, I'm sure the military doesn't want my endorsement, but it was a great exhibit. Could have used a better gift shop. What says "Merry Christmas" more than a postcard of cojoined twins?