Canadian, harry potter, beirut, antiques roadshow, bio psyc major, M*A*S*H, previous tea shop employee, beatlemaniac, crochet, DND, feminist, avid outdoorsman, Zelda and Dr. Who. What more could you ask for?
Marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) - collected in the Galapagos, 1933. Their unique teeth are adapted for feeding on marine algae; additionally, these marine reptiles have the ability to secrete salt from a specialized nasal gland, allowing them to subsist in the sea. Darwin thought they were super ugly when he first saw them, but haters gonna hate. (at The Field Museum)