Jean, sorry to correct you but I believe it is a Winkle pie which mermaids traditionally eat on a stick.She seems to be holding a scrubbing brush!!
Sorry but it still looks like a loo brush to mespartacus said:Jean, sorry to correct you but I believe it is a Winkle pie which mermaids traditionally eat on a stick.
In her other hand should be a winkle gun but I fear someone has made off with it.
Could be a manatee or dugong tail twisted to the side??? OK OK so it's a fish tail!!!!!spartacus said:Also, I'm not a pro-fish person but I keep 'em, catch 'em & eat 'em & I know a piscatorial caudal fin when I see one & that mermaid ain't packing a mammalian tail piece !
Hands up who thinks caudal peduncle is the top anatomical label ?
Indeed, indeed but from the pictorial evidence the tail lacks a little of the paddlosity associated with both these Floridian & Antipodean aquatic mammalians ce n'est pas ?Could be a manatee or dugong tail twisted to the side???
I think you'll find that the pink tabard is what shows she's a cleaner mermaid! When she moves on from her juvenile phase she'll get the customary shell bikini top!spartacus said:I've never seen a mermaid in a pink tabard.
I have also wondered as to whether the octopus has just had his contacts cleaned ? please note you should never clean your contacts with a loo brush (or a winkle pie)
Absolutely....love that latinI just knew you'd be a caudal peduncle fan 8)
yes but the gentic blending can soften some features so that the tail has less paddlosity.