Photos of the human body are available on websites like National Geographic and Healthline. Science Kids offers less graphic, detailed illustrations and photos that are suitable for children learning about biology. Interactive and narrative videos are also available on some websites.
National Geographic is well known for its quality photos. On its website, a photo gallery is dedicated to human anatomy. Picture examples include an image of an angiogram of a healthy human heart and an MRI brain scan. Some photos are quite graphic, such as a shot of a brain tumor removal. Interactive videos are also available.
Healthline has photos and videos sorted by topic. Under the brain category, a side shot of an MRI is available, as is a video showing a 360 degree look at an illustrated human brain. Under Heart, the website has a 3-D image of a human heart, as well as videos of various procedures such as mitral valve repair and aortic valve replacement.
Science Kids has a photo gallery with diagrams, illustrations and live photos of different body parts. The diagrams are simplified for easier understanding, but with the correct terminology. An example is the human heart diagram, with the different parts in primary colors. Pictures of real body parts are available, such as the human liver, kidneys and parts of the skeleton.