Benedikt Fischer
Shelly found some baby teeth and tried them on
for size. She is sassy and uncivilized, a loudmouth
with no spine. Baring her pearly whites, she
whispers, sighs, shouts and grins. Evolution is
contagious. Other shells are starting to speak
back. Soft on the inside, hard on the outside—
to open up they must sharpen their teeth. Each
one has its own personality and style. Omnivores
speak for themselves, and may bite if provoked.
Feed them at your own risk.