A portion of a quadrapede's segmented body that appeared on the shores of Lake Michigan. A distant relative of the millipede, the quadrapede has up to four times as many legs as a millipede. This allows it to sneak up on the most unsuspecting of victims without any audible noise revealing its approach.
All kidding aside, this was another "alien" find on the lakefront of the Illinois Beach State Park. But what I wanted to capture was the scope of the formations up and down the shoreline. This area pictured is typically flat as a pancake and to see these formations is just a weird sighting.
Photo captured on January 10, 2010.
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