Discovered on the shores of Maine's MidCoast by a grandmother and her grandkids, this specimen was preserved in an old talcum powder jar in 1973. Multi-tentacled and multi-eyed, with asymmetrical features, this specimen is currently unclassified. An excellent addition to your collection of the mysterious.
Details - Standing roughly 5" tall, this specimen is sculpted and sealed, ready for display in your cabinet of curiosities. Currently without a label, a custom one can be applied (Similar to other specimens seen on this site or in the additional photo in the listing) for no additional charge. The talcum bottle is vintage and still features a working shaker top, but that could be easily sealed with silicone if the collector would prefer to display the sculpture in liquid.