One of the many excellent wax anatomical sculptures found at La Specola, in Italy. The museum was inaugurated in 1775, and until the early-mid 19th century, it was the only scientific museum open to the public. The wax models of both human and animal anatomy from the 18th century.
Kind of mind-blowing how Leonardo Da Vinci created these intensely accurate anatomical drawings that are still used in medical training today, himself having never practised medicine. Moral of the story? Art is important.