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Tiliqua scincoides glove.
Australia, New Guinea
When Tiliqua scincoides sheds it skin the feet are the only parts still recognisable.
Glad you enjoyed it armadeus.4 :)
That is so cool! Took me a few moments to really see it properly. Thank you for sharing Mark :)
I don't think they say that any more Pam but I agree :) For me it's a visual reminder that all life is related - it could easily be a tiny human glove.
pretty trippy, Mark...
I thought it, but dared not say it. Cheers buddy :)
I think he kept it on for another day. He looked like Michael Jackson.
Haha. Now that is quite amazing. Where's the other one, Mark?
One is enough to wonder!
Thanks MUSE and Arlanda. Wish I'd found a pair.
Thanks for all the great comments.
Wow i've never seen this until now! That's incredible argy!
Wow! Very cool!
I don't know how I missed this either Argy! It's brilliant! Wow!
Thanks ceherzog.. It's only small; easy to miss :)
That is wonderful...how did I miss it?
Really cool photo and information.
That is sooo cool! :D
Oh, very cool. I have a shot like this too, but I can't remember what specific animal it came from. (We've cared for a lot of injured reptiles over the years... need to keep better notes!) : )
I'm hoping to find some in my size soon.
New fashion glove for winter :)
Thanks for the comments all. It does fascinate the human condition.
Lat: -37.89, Long: 145.31
Spotted on Sep 15, 2001 Submitted on Dec 28, 2011
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