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BK-15: "Sheepshead Chompers" by WELCOME PROJECTS
Unbeknownst to many, Sheepshead Bay, on which the neighborhoods of Brooklyn Community District 15 lie, is named after the now elusive Sheepshead Fish, or archosargus probatocephalus — a peculiar looking creature with a slight resemblance to a sheep’s head. The fish’s most notable feature, however, is its human-looking teeth. So odd is it to find this set of chompers on a fish, at first glance you’d think they were photoshopped into real life. It turns out that the Sheepshead Fish is, like humans, omnivorous. As the rules of nature lay out, it makes sense, then, that we would share our teeth. But why limit such pearly whites to just humans and fish? Now you can share these chompers with other things like your phone. Just plug the Sheepshead Chompers into the audio jack and go!