Mermaid Skeleton Art Print by Edge Of Sleep

Whales coming out t=of the tail, coral for the ribs, and the face stays the same skull but more warped to be alien!

Mermaid Skeleton by kaleidoscopickle on DeviantArt

graphite, watercolor for the background altered in ps 2015 Mermaid Skeleton

Mythological creatures are cooler when they're anatomically correct

Mythological creatures are cooler when they're anatomically correct

Ocean Siren (Mermaid), from EB Hudspeth's The Resurrectionist, a two-part volume that includes The Codex Extinct Animalia, "a Gray’s Anatomy for mythological beasts" Mythology

The Bone Deep Maxi Dress is a must have for all you mermaid loving ladies with an alternative edge!

Heavy Metal mermaids: The Bone Deep Maxi Dress is a must have for all you mermaid loving ladies with an alternative edge!

mermaid and angler fish

"Anglerfish" by James Frederick William Rowe, Frequent Contributor

“Digging this rad #mermaid #skeleton by @jonasribeirotattooer! Be sure to check out Jonas' awesome page...and if you dig black & white art, remember that…”

“Digging this rad by Be sure to check out Jonas' awesome page.and if you dig black & white art, remember that…”

Women's Organic Mermaid Skeleton T-Shirt. $30.00, via Etsy.

Women's Organic Mermaid Skeleton T-Shirt

Mermaids are real You thought the only mermaid in Copenhagen was the Little Mermaid down by the harbour? The Danish National Museum is here to prove you wrong. In fact, it has on display theA mermaid skeleton in the Danish National Museum skeleton of the Haraldskaer mermaid, discovered by a farmer while ploughing his field. (Click on the photo to see it larger.) The description says she was likely a member of the Asian branch of the mermaid family, which makes her a rare find in Europe —…

Haraldskaer mermaid, Danish National Museum, Copenhagen (found by farmer, claimed to be Asian mermaid, v sharp teeth)

Mermaid skeleton... this would be so cool  to set by a pool, pond or lake. It'd be easy to make a fake rock if needed.

This Mermaid Skeleton was an April Fools prank on the waterfront in Copenhagen. The skeleton was replacing the famous tribute to "The Little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen.

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