Monday, April 11, 2011

First Human Specimen Goes on Display at Penis Museum

The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Húsavík, Iceland -- a museum devoted to penises -- houses 272 specimens from 92 species of animals (including 55 specimens from whales, and 23 specimens from 19 different animal species), but last Friday they received their first human specimen. The specimen was donated by Páll Arason, who passed away last January. He was 95-year-old. “It was the last specimen that I needed of the Icelandic mammal fauna and I firmly believe that it will improve and strengthen the museum,” museum director Sigurdur Hjartarson said.

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