So a scientist discovers a collection of bones that have been arranged in spiraled loops and whorls.
By examining the age and wear on the bones he concludes that they did not fall at once, but were instead deposited over time.
He hypothesizes that they were deliberately placed, perhaps even a stylized self-portrait.
The kicker? They're the fossilized vertebrae of Triassic ichthyosaura. And the scientist thinks they were placed by a giant prehistoric octopus.
Granted cephalopods are very intelligent and in modern giant squid can take on sperm-whales, but... really?
However, truly ancient old art created by a species giant tentacled beings that ruled the earth long, long before man what's not to like?