I was watching the National Geographic Channel over the weekend. It featured two paleontologists who found a small bone, no bigger than my toenail clipping, and from that they re-constructed a 24 foot Tanystropheus.
So, I thought to myself, “Self, why can’t that be done with other things as well?” So, I took two small remnants of a Cal .30 National Match box, no bigger than a Roosevelt dime, that I had carefully stored away in a glass vial, and . . . well, let the photos speak for themselves.