Sea Turtles Have Terrifying Mouths And This Person Explains The Science Behind It

by Musfirah Khurram
2 minutes read

Within an ocean turtle’s mouth is an unnerving incredible sight, something totally sudden considering the lofty, quiet nature of these delicate mammoths. Be that as it may, all isn’t what it appears. These are not horrible teeth, intended to tear clueless prey to shreds, however something a lot cooler and all the more intriguing.

Craftsman and scientist Helen Kairo, otherwise called Anatomika Science, has made a useful and innovative arrangement of outlines that demonstrate to us why ocean turtles look like something out of Aliens when they open their mouths.

Helen, who has a BFA in Illustration and Masters of Science in Biology, plans examples for galleries, counsels on instructive programming and items, and makes content for open effort. She expertly joins her two interests to make these arrangement on her Instagram, and we simply cherish them!

“I’ve always loved biology and drawing ever since I was a kid, Helen told. “I got my undergrad in art and did a lot of work in the game industry before getting my masters in biology. For the past decade, I’ve worked in the intergrade between art and biology. I have done a lot of consulting for companies seeking to develop better ways to teach biology, worked on many educational games and software packages, designed creatures for film and games, and worked on building and designing museum displays.”

“Most recently, I taught human and comparative anatomy courses to pre-med and pre-vet students, designed a line of science-themed toys, developed the visuals for science software. I’m working on a book about animal anatomy.”

“I’m big on the accessibility of biology. I create specimens for museums, but I also sell them to the public. I working on publishing research in myology, but also write and draw for my social media accounts. It’s important for me to be able to share my interests in biology.”

“I want people to appreciate the intricacies and ingenuity in the everyday biology that most of us take for granted.”

“Conservation is one of our most important missions, but we must approach it with an understanding of its interdisciplinary nature. The anatomy of animals, their behavior and the way they interact with their environment affects their conservation as a whole.”

“Conservation is not just Save the Animals. We have to understand them to do anything meaningful for them, and to understand them, we must first foster curiosity in them. We cannot save what we do not understand.”

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