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These are not sea creatures. They're glass sculptures created by 19th century father-and-son glassworkers Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka. The duo didn't teach anyone their techniques and when the son died, so did that knowledge: 📸 Guido Mocafico
Santa doesn’t know Zoology: Both male & female Reindeer grow antlers. But all male Reindeer lose their antlers in the late fall, well-before Christmas. So Santa’s reindeer, which all sport antlers, are therefore all female, which means Rudolf has been misgendered.
“I thought I was doing the right thing. Now, of course, I see it was unnecessary and wrong... But I didn’t personally murder anybody. I was just the director of the extermination program at Auschwitz. It was Hitler who ordered it." - Rudolf Höss to a US Army psychiatrist, 1945
Between the 1860s-1890s, father-and-son glassworkers Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka created thousands of anatomically correct models of marine invertebrates. They're so delicate it could be mistaken as a real sea creature.
Don't trust your eyes. These are not sea creatures but glass sculptures by 19th century father-and-son glassworkers Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka. The duo didn't teach anyone their techniques and when the son died, so did that knowledge. ? Guido Mocafico