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Jet Fuel Tank Turned into a Robotic Megalodon

It came into the world as the drop fuel tank on a P-94 interceptor jet. Then it entered the "Trash Mahal"-- the workshop of artist Nemo Gould. He takes discarded objects and turns them into amazing moving sculptures, such as giant squid robots and alien visitors. Now, for his latest work, Gould presents a huge, intricate, robotic megalodon.

It's on display starting today in Gould's exhibit titled "Perpetual Motion" at Heron Arts in San Francisco.

A video posted by Nemo Gould (@nemomatic) on Apr 14, 2016 at 12:34pm PDT

If you go there, you'll get to see it in motion, swimming rhythmically through the prehistoric and futuristic seas.

-via Nerd Approved

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