Hammerhead Shark - Watercolor Art Print | Under the Sea
DID YOU KNOW? Looking weird has its perks. Hammerhead sharks' broad, flat, hammer-shaped heads are called cephalofoils, and no other creature in the world has a head quite like it. Hammerheads, like all other sharks, have sensory organs that can detect the electric fields of prey in the water; some scientists hypothesize that the broad cephalofoils allow hammerheads to have more of these organs—therefore allowing them to better sense prey. [ Source: Mental Floss ]
Unframed art print of a Hammer Head Shark from “Under the Sea” series. Open Edition.
Details: Printed and hand cut in-house on archival quality, fade resistant, 192gsm Epson Ultra Premium paper using Epson UltraChrome HD archival inks.
Shipping: Prints size 11x14 and below will be packaged in a clear cello sleeve, backed by a 22pt chipboard sheet, inside a flat biodegradable extra-rigid fiberboard photo/document mailer and shipped via USPS. Prints size 12x16 or larger will be packaged in a sturdy Uline Kraft Mailing Tube. Please feel free to contact for alternative shipping options.