Lombrosian skull Based on Phrenology

The Lombrosian skull is named after its maker, Cesare Lombroso. Cesare was a phrenologist. Phrenology is a pseudoscience which involves the measurement of bumps on the skull to predict mental traits.

Lombrosian skull Based on Phrenology

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The Bonnacon and it’s Butt Magic (13th Century)

The Bonnacon is a legendary creature described as a bull with inward-curving horns and a horse like mane. Not too out of the ordinary – except… it expels large amounts of caustic feces from its anus!! Don’t worry though, besides for being a fictional creature, the character only uses its magic butt powers for self defense.

The Bonnacon and it's Butt Magic (13th Century)

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Atolla Jelly Fish Specimen Jars (1880)

Photographs of preserved Atolla Jelly Fish specimen Jars which were made in 1880. Photographed in 2019 by Eric A. Lazo-Wasem. Fun fact, this was one of my most popular posts on my previous site (TheLeery.com) and one of the most successful reddit posts I ever had. πŸ˜€ So kind of a throwback. Hope you enjoy it!

Images are from the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History and Wikimedia Commons, under Public Domain Dedication.

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