For over a year, the giant, 400-pound (181-kilogram) heart of a blue whale sat tucked away – frozen – in a warehouse two hours east of Toronto, Canada.
Just last month, scientists at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) removed the heart from its icy chamber so they could begin preserving it long-term. Luckily for us, they documented the whole thing.
Feast your eyes on what is likely the largest heart that humans have ever preserved.
Check out the clip with Miller and the blue whale heart below: