We have left the disappointing detective exhibit and are now wandering through an area designed to showcase the museum’s most recent acquisitions. It’s a motley assortment, for certain.
Sleipnir’s fetlocks! Why is the human female’s head in this glass case?!
Oh, sorry. My mistake. It’s just a reconstruction of some stone-age nonentity. The horrible hair, the bushy eyebrows, the beady eyes, the hairy chin—the resemblance is astounding. You can see why I was momentarily confused.
Sigyn is intrigued by the simply enormous seashells.
Sigyn, you’d need an awful lot of garlic butter for that escargot!
Ooooh! Pretty! The exhibit card says what this is, in terms of minerals and cracks and heat and nodules and blah, blah, blah, but all I can think of is…
…what an amazing table top this would make! I shall have to visit after hours and…acquire… it for my eventual palace.
I saw this armor from across the room, and I had to come over and take a closer look because I couldn’t for the life of me figure out what it’s made of.
Turns out it’s really, really hard seed pods. Because nothing is more terrifying than…vegetation.
Oh, look! Someone has made some cunning architectural models. Nicely done.
I’m definitely taking notes for my eventual palace.