Dark Troll Skull

Submitted by Claudia on Tue, 08/03/2011 – 17:57 

This is the most common type of troll alive today. The skull is made of 12 bones and 30 teeth. The long snout is the dominant feature; investigation shows that it is used to generate sound for sonar rather than for smelling.The eyes are disproportionately small, farsighted and partially color-blind. The back of the skull is heavily-ridged to attach the powerful jaw muscles. The lower canine teeth protrude above the upper jaw, making perceivable tusks.

In memory of J. Kevin Ramos

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