This is what happens when you visit the Croatian Natural History Museum with an evolutionary biology major with a specialty in anatomy who happens to be, generally speaking, an enthusiastic guy:
You will have your mind pummeled by facts. For example: you can tell whether an animal had chomping capabilities (or chomped often) by the presence of a sagittal crest in its skull.*
You will learn that muscles need more surface area to attach (or something), which explains a bunch of stuff related to identifying flightless birds.*
You will wonder how anyone could remember so much after years of not studying it and earning a master’s degree in something completely different.