Hammerhead Shark Original Watercolor Painting | 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 ]
Original unframed 11" x 14" watercolor painting of a Hammerhead Shark.
This painting was painted on 140lb cold press white watercolor paper. There may be artist pencil marks from the sketching stage of creation, or minor watercolor blemishes that do not show up on art prints. Sometimes watercolor paper may contain a light letter press watermark of the paper brand on lower corner of the paper. These characteristics make the piece truly one of a kind.
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