Earth Sea Warrior Tiny Octopus Tentacle Specimen

You can never have too many tentacles.

If you need something deep and mysterious to bring a little bit of uniqueness to your desk, why not get an Earth Sea Warrior Tiny Octopus Tentacle Specimen? This miniature display vial contains a tiny real octopus tentacle floating in clear liquid. The vial is designed to look like it came straight out of a mad scientist’s lab, complete with cork stopper top and wax detail. Note that the specimens came from already-dead and sold animals, as a means of recycling what is left behind.
$21 – $25
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