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Testing Out a Survival Research Labs Machine Featuring Rotary Jaws With Dried Squirrel Eyeballs

Survival Research Labs founder/director Mark Pauline tests out a machine featuring rotary jaws and eyeballs made from dried squirrels encased in rotating glass orbs. Related Laughing Squid PostsSurvival Research Labs Show In San JoseA Survival Research Labs Performance is Listed For Sale on eBaySurvival Research Labs’ Proposal to Stage a Robotics & Machine Art Performance […]
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