The person who took this picture of a gravestone in Edinburgh, Scotland, wrote that the bearded-angel on the right (was he holding a now broken-off skull?) looks “bizarrely like Charles Darwin.”
UPDATE: From the photographer: “This tomb was set up many years before Charles Darwin was a student in Edinburgh; the graveyard is a short walk from the University and, as I found yesterday, a good place to observe wildlife, so Darwin may well have seen the bearded angel himself. Who knows, perhaps it inspired Darwin in later life to grow a full beard!”
On a related note, there’s a new book out that “wholly concentrates on [Darwin’s] time spent in Scotland and the key contributions to his future insights made by the Scottish Enlightenment and the University of Edinburgh.” It’s titled Darwin in Scotland: Edinburgh, Evolution and Enlightenment, by J.F. Derry.