There's a lot of taxidermy, domestic animal skulls, butterflies, moths and other critters and even fetus jars on those shelves and glass cabinets (or glass coffins). Captured under time and glass, never moving forward. I always get a baffling feeling of child-like wonder and sadness while visiting museums of natural history, like I don't wish to see these empty animal shells but can't stop looking at them either.
One corner holds a genuine human skeleton of a John Doe from WW2. A German soldier lost in battle, if I remember correctly. Some have insisted that the remains should be buried, but I think it's only fair to have human parts on display too, as we are not a separate thing from nature.
I think some kind of a "bones" or "museum" tag would be in place as there's so many posts here including those things. Hmmm, we'll see if that happens! The tagging system doesn't always work for me as I often forget to use it. Oh how I sometimes wish I was more organized.