Good to be on the water
The Brain Scoop:
Two-Faced Calf, Part II
In this episode, we wrap up the skeletal preparation of the two-faced calf. In hindsight I wish we had been able to spend more time deliberately filming its unique anatomy - even though I was there, during the preparation I felt so caught up in the weirdness of the experience that I didn’t fully calm down enough to critically think about what we were doing. It’s also unfortunate we didn’t get a chance to look at the brain and figure out if it really had four lobes or not (although I’m going to bet it did).
Regardless, we finally deliver on our promise to film a time lapse of the flesh-eating dermestid beetles and you get the chance to watch them munch in surprising uniformity across the cranium(s) of this truly unique specimen.
This is an actual real statute on Mexico Puerto Vallarta amazing and real.
It’s a chair, no less, so that one can relax by the seaside and comfortably contemplate the dread mysteries of the fathomless deeps and the monstrous and vast intelligences that dwell therein.