The assignment was to choose a mythical animal, and draw what its skeleton would look like, pretending we were scientific illustrators for National Geographic or something. Being a Sagittarius myself, I choose the Centaur. It has a horse’s body, but where the horse’s neck begins, starts the pelvis of a man. The horse’s neck and head is replaced by the upper body of a man. This is one weird animal. They have two rib-cages, as you can see. So does that mean that they have two of all their organs? Or does one rib cage hold some of the organs and the other hold the rest? Can the top survive independently from the bottom? Is it an omnivore or a herbivore? All these questions…and no answers.