Whalebone walking stick. After it belonged to the whale, it belonged to Charles Darwin. 19th century. 

Whalebone walking stick. After it belonged to the whale, it belonged to Charles Darwin. 19th century. 

(Source: sciencemuseum.org.uk)

posted at 12:40pm on Friday 30th August 2013 with 88 notes
# skull# bone# animal# 19th century# charles darwin
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