Infant Triceratops | Thomas Theodore Merrylin was a rich aristocrat and “cryptozoologist” named Thomas Theodore Merrylin. Born in England in 1782, Merrylin was a mysterious recluse who dedicated his life to studying and preserving these truly odd specimens. Of course, the Merrylin Cryptid Collection is not without its skeptics. Some people believe it was all some kind of strange art project, while others are convinced of the collection’s authenticity.
Childs skull before losing baby teeth. Saw this on Facebook. My daughter with her 1st loose tooth thought this was pretty neat to see where her adult teeth come from. Hope this is a replica and not a real childs skull.
THE THREE LAYER CAKE There are thousands upon thousands of layers in the earth’s crust. However, scientists have grouped the layers into major groups. The most recent three layers are the Paleozoic,...
Anomalous Japanese octopus. Specimen captured in 1884 had a total of 90 branches, with all arms being affected but one. Another specimen captured in 1957 had 72 branches, with all of its arms being affected. The cause of this condition is unknown.