Monday, April 27, 2009

Hairballs, hairballs

This happened this afternoon, but some of it still lingers:

What: National Hairball Awareness Day! NMHM is preparing a temporary exhibition of hairballs for display. Plan now to visit the Museum at 12 p.m. on Monday, April 27 to learn how hairballs form in the stomach, see a selection of human and animal hairballs on display, and get a chance to hold an animal hairball! Hairballs, also known as bezoars, form in the stomach of humans and some animals, and are made of indigestible matter such as hair, food and some medicines.

Want to learn more about hairballs? Check out the Museum's virtual exhibit here


Anonymous said...

You should go to the Walter Reed Medical Museum. Cause the Smithsonian doesnt have a hairball, cause I checked. The W.R.M.M has 2 hairbalss and a TON!!!!!!! of other stuff. Check it out at Washington D.C! I LOVE D.C and Taylor Lautner

Gurl said...

I know i went there and it is so much cooler then the Smithsonian...I love TAYLOR TOO!!

Jewell said...

This is an awesome website! I LOVE TAYLOR!