Here ye will find, if ye dare, objects most foul from the fiendish collections of the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. Actually, most of them are from the quite well lit Naturalist Room. Also, I'm not using "ye" anymore.
I don't know what this is, but I assume it is responsible for the majority of all deaths at sea.
Jarred rats were once a major export of Bermuda.
I assume this thing would have eventually grown up to be this.
The original brain used by Dr. Frankenstein. He removed it because his monster just wandered around the lab yelling "Plankton! Plankton!", which is weird, but not terribly scary. (Note: I know that Frankenstein was not trying to create a monster of any sort, let alone as scary one, but I think it's funnier this way. Yes, these are all supposed to be funny.)
Seriously. There are more rats on display here than all the other museums I have ever been to combined.
This is the haunted skull of a turtle who was quite surly when he was alive. Most ill-tempered.
Gah! Just... gah!
The zoo's man eating turtle devours an unlucky tourist. Due to the graphic nature of the original photo, I have replaced the tourist's body with vegetables.
I have no idea what this is. There's no tag on it or anything, so I assume that the truth must be to terrible for mortals to comprehend.
I'm terrified! Please take me back to the main site!
Behold, the strange creatures lurking at the Zoo Boo! Thanks go to Robin's mom and dad for this picture.