A little sweet, a little sweetish.
The smell is not so unpleasant when you enter the premises of the National Museum of Natural History (MNHN), rue Buffon (Paris Ve), where the remains of animals are prepared.
"Sometimes, the aroma is much stronger, there, we have aired", warns, delicate, the master of the place, Éric Pelle, Mr. Bones of the MNHN.
He is the only one to clean and set up the skeletons for the institution and it is to him that we called to recover the remains of the killer whale which had gotten lost in the Seine, between Le Havre and Rouen. , before dying there.
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