Why not? Here’s the albino milk snake that’s the subject of said x-ray:
(via Boing Boing)
“Take the skeleton of a man. Tilt the pelvis, shorten the femurs, legs, and arms, elongate the feet and hands, fuse the phalanges, elongate the jaws while shortening the frontal bone, and finally elongate the spine, and the skeleton will cease to represent the remains of a man and will be the skeleton of a horse…” Comte de Buffon
third time i’ve stumbled upon this thing
so so so good
Creepy, but I can think of a few Tumblrs that would love this.
Lucy, will you make this for my classroom?
What children’s skulls look like as they prepare to lose their baby teeth.
Teeth are so fucking gnarly.
Next time you see a kid, remember that they have creepy extra teeth hiding in their cute little mouths.
imagine the skullteeth of the child fassbender
omg i wanna do this to Giz. haha
makes me think of Death’s horse, Binky. or BINKY, rather.
X-Ray origami anyone?
Japanese student Takayuki Hori printed skeletons of eight endangered species on translucent paper. When laid flat, all you see are scattered bones. Once the papers are folded together, however, the printed components unite as a whole, and the animals’ frames spring to life!