Mermaids may not exist, but these scary-realistic skeletons do. 💀🐟😈
Halloween is usually overtaken by pumpkins, witches, and scarecrows. Until now! Welcome to 2018, when mermaid skeletons are taking over the front lawns of houses across the world. 🎃🎃🎃
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The mythical half-human / half-fish hybrid may not exist in real life, but these Halloween decorations look scary-realistic. Made of plastic, the skeletons measure 14 1/2" x 73". That's about six feet tall, if suspended upright. Put it on your porch for an oceanic- or pirate-themed display that's sure to turn heads, or hang in your house to scare the tails off your pets.
You can hang this anywhere you want — and we highly recommend you put it right near a corner in your house, and film the scream let out by whoever runs into it! Who knew Ariel was such a fan of Halloween? Now, we wait for the Ursula one to come around — because now THAT is scary.
While one reviewer wrote that the mermaid is "harder than the average skeleton to pose," another said that the tail is "bendable and easy to pose and definitely worth the money." You can buy that piece of art, here.
The last few years have seen a wave of mermaid ideas, from mermaid fairy gardens to mermaid blankets to mermaid pool floats. It was only a matter of time before the mythical creatures made their way into the spooky holiday—beyond the costume aisle, that is.
- The Little Miss Meteo Team
Sources: Country Living/Yahoo