Madame Tussauds specializes in creating lifelike wax statues. But when those statues are disassembled, put on the shelf, or piled against a wall, they look like trophies in a mad scientist's lab or groaning figures from the zombie apocalypse.
British scientists have identified the "smed-prop" genes that allow Planarian flatworms to regenerate any part of their body, including heads and brains, after an injury. Next step: regrowing human heads.
There's something terribly wrong and at the same time impossibly charming about these Ketchup Charlie and Mustard Marvin spread heads. They are even better on video:
There's just nothing cooler than a multi-headed creature, as the ancient Greeks knew when they invented Cerberus, the three-headed dog at the gates of hell. The many-noggined have shown up all over science fiction too: There's everyone from Ghidorah the three-headed giant alien monster, to Zaphod Beeblebrox the…
We're going to be very quiet now. It can't hear us. It can't see us, we don't think. Just move very slowly. Back away. Slowly. Just back away.