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1. Among leaf litter frogs in Panama, frogs that actively hunt prey have narrow mouths and are slim, often brightly coloured and toxic, while ambushers have wide mouths and are broad and well-camouflaged.

2. Common design elements of the Muppets include wide mouths and large protruding eyes.

3. Some Gorgons are shown with broad, round heads, serpentine locks of hair, large staring eyes, wide mouths, tongues lolling, the tusks of swine, large projecting teeth, flared nostrils, and sometimes short, coarse beards.

4. Both characters are egg-shaped creatures with wide mouths that split their heads in half, and move by rolling, hopping or swaying back and forth.

5. They had "horny" brows, flat noses, wide mouths, and sparse, lank hair.

6. Not all species seem to have these strips which seem specifically adapted to those with wide mouths whereas species with small oral openings are able to control the opening of the aperture by more conventional means.

7. The North was the seat of the fortresses of the Devil [ie. Morgoth]. In a private letter, Tolkien describes orcs as: squat, broad, flat-nosed, sallow-skinned, with wide mouths and slant eyes: in fact degraded and repulsive versions of the (to Europeans) least lovely Mongol-types."

8. Even the Chooms, who had lived here before the first Earth people, had come to refer to the city by its nickname of Punktown.” Besides the indigenous Choom, human in appearance aside from wide mouths cut back to their ears, the stories often include or focus on a variety of alien races, clones, mutants, and sentient machines.

9. The loudspeakers were mounted into horns with 14' wide mouths and were each driven by a 500 watt amplifier derived from a high-power radio broadcast tube.

10. The North was the seat of the fortresses of the Devil [ie. Morgoth]. In a private letter, Tolkien describes orcs as: squat, broad, flat-nosed, sallow-skinned, with wide mouths and slant eyes: in fact degraded and repulsive versions of the (to Europeans) least lovely Mongol-types."

11. I remember who was there: [Matty C], [Chris Wilder], [Schott 'Free' Jacobs]. Everyone is nodding their heads, eyes wide, mouths open, it's hip-hop paradise.

12. These catfishes have wide mouths, small eyes, and short barbels.

13. C. pacifici reaches about 11 cm (4.3 in) SL. These fish have small eyes, wide mouths, and three pairs of barbels.

14. And behind the manifold others that preceded him he was surrounded by dragons, woven out of purple thread and bound to the golden and jewelled tops of spears, with wide mouths open to the breeze and hence hissing as if roused by anger, and leaving their tails winding in the wind.

15. Most vessels had wide mouths and curved or flat bases, which were handmade by building up coils of clay.

16. These pouches can be distinguished by their wide mouths and stiffened bases, which ensured that the bags could stand upright, displaying any winnings prominently within.

17. The North was the seat of the fortresses of the Devil [ie. Morgoth]. In a private letter, Tolkien describes orcs as: squat, broad, flat-nosed, sallow-skinned, with wide mouths and slant eyes: in fact degraded and repulsive versions of the (to Europeans) least lovely Mongol-types."

18. The inflorescence bears tubular flowers with wide mouths each divided into a double-lobed upper lip and a triple-lobed lower lip, the whole flower about a centimeter in length.

19. The video for "Thumper" shows the band in black-and-white and ending up looking cartoon-esque, not unlike A-Ha's "Take On Me", although the band members' faces are distorted, with wide mouths, pointed noses and sunken eyes.

20. Stomatia, common name the keeled wide mouths, is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Trochidae, the top snails.

21. They are tubular opening into wide mouths containing staminodes tipped with orange hairs.

22. The Fox Lake people lived on islands in present-day Southwestern Minnesota from approximately 100 BCE to 850 CE, hunted bison, and had a unique style of pottery featuring wide mouths and impressions made with cord-wrapped paddles.

23. Both lands are governed by mayors who have disproportionately large round heads dominated by long wide mouths.

24. Other common ceramic vessels were oblong jars with narrow necks and wide mouths, with designs in the form of human faces and geometric shapes painted in the black on cream technique.

25. The performance floor is flat to prevent tripping hazards and is bordered upstage by two 25-foot-tall (7.6 m) polygon faces with wide mouths that act as entrances and exits.

26. In a private letter, Tolkien describes orcs as: squat, broad, flat-nosed, sallow-skinned, with wide mouths and slant eyes: in fact degraded and repulsive versions of the (to Europeans) least lovely Mongol-types."

27. gentle giants are filter feeders, swimming with their wide mouths open to collect plankton and small fish.