From the wickedly creative mind of artist and author E.B. Hudspeth comes a series of illustrations depicting mythological beasts in the meticulously labeled style of anatomy textbooks.
The images here are borrowed from Hedspeth’s The Resurrectionist, a two-part volume that includes The Codex Extinct Animalia, “a Gray’s Anatomy for mythological beasts, [including] dragons, centaurs, Pegasus, Cerberus” and others.
Mermaid Skeleton -
false hopes in the mythical creatures are helped along by hoax photos like this that spread across the internet. This one I found on Snopes.
Locals, fishermen and tourists in the Israelian town of Kiryat Yam have been reporting repeated sightings of what they believe to be a mermaid, the mythological creature most often describe as half female, half fish.
HH: I adore the thought of mermaids. It is fascinating that the myth is so prevailing in so many water cultures. They are so enchanting, one just wants to believe in such creatures existing.
Seal = Dog Mermaid
Mermaid Pendant - from elligators jewelry
Carved Mermaid and Hunter
Mermaid Tea is Sweet Enough