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The Evolution Store, New York City

(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • You can come to this store just as in Museum: here and the real skeletons of snakes, bats, two-headed lamb, artificially grown agates of all kinds of flowers, and candy with dried Scorpions or oparyshami inside ... The shop is small, stylish and bright!
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  • A different lodges that we find in the way of SOHO. There are skeletons of animals, insects, fossils, skulls, stuffed animals. resembles a mixture of the natural history museum with Ripleys. Very interesting and even disturbing. Really small. Sells much of their gear-buy "munchies" and a fósei taken as true at low prices. But if u want to buy up the skeleton of a giant bear (for a few thousand dollars). Pretty cool. Suggestive name.
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  • One of the most unique shops in New York, is a store where you can find various strange things. Worth a visit
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  • Going down hill. I love the store and have for years but on my most recent visit the store was not nearly as great as it once was. It no longer has as many skulls and the ones it does have a lot are replicas or relatively common animals. They didn't have a leopard or lion skull for example. Also Alex is gone, I guess he left or maybe was fired, but he was great. It still has a lot of cool insects, a few common cheap things, and a nice interior decoration, but its loosing its luster. I HOPE THEY CAN GET IT BACK.
  • This place is INSANE! Never seen a store like it. If you are one of those people that likes to collect bones, skeleton models, eyeballs, corpses, animal furs, stuffed life size animals, etc...well, this is your place. It was just insane walking in there to see what the store was all about. I thought it was some sort of Gothic clothing store at first. It's always a fun stop to go by when in the area.
  • This place is full of cool stuff! Skeletons, trinkets, hand carved skulls, freeze-dried creatures, and other collectibles/decorations for weird people and science enthusiasts. I'm both and I loved it.
  • Bought a fish fossil. The smaller items are disproportionately cheaper. It's a fantastic place.
  • This place has some interesting specimens, but they're interspersed with generic junk. Worth stopping in but if you're looking to spend less than a couple hundred dollars there's nothing worthwhile.