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* Some [[PublicServiceAnnouncement PSAs]] from The Real Cost involve an alien monster that represents what cigarettes would look like if they looked as dangerous as they are. It has a mouth that opens into 6 "petals" that have [[NestedMouths mouths on them as well]]. An example can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKHq5WsASUM here]].

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* Some [[PublicServiceAnnouncement PSAs]] from The Real Cost involve an alien monster that represents what cigarettes would look like if they looked as dangerous as they are. It has a mouth that opens into 6 "petals" that have [[NestedMouths mouths on them as well]]. An example (one can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKHq5WsASUM here]].here]]) involve an alien monster that represents what cigarettes would look like if they looked as dangerous as they are. It has a mouth that splits into six jaws with [[NestedMouths extra mouths inside]].


* The Yaut'Ja from ''Franchise/{{Predator}}'' have jaws like this.


Compare ManEatingPlant, which tends to have a big mouth. MonstrousMandibles is another closely related trope.

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Compare ManEatingPlant, which tends to have a big mouth. MonstrousMandibles is another closely related trope.
SubTrope to MonsterMouth


* ''Film/BladeII'': Pictured on the FoodChainOfEvil trope page, the "Reaper strain" vampires have a ''tongue'' which looks like this (buried inside a mouth with a [[MonstrousMandibles lower jaw that splits in two]]), the end of which unfolds in multiple flaps with several smaller, rope-like tongues inside it.

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* ''Film/BladeII'': Pictured on the FoodChainOfEvil trope page, the The "Reaper strain" vampires have a ''tongue'' which looks like this (buried inside a mouth with a [[MonstrousMandibles lower jaw that splits in two]]), the end of which unfolds in multiple flaps with several smaller, rope-like tongues inside it.

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* Some [[PublicServiceAnnouncement PSAs]] from The Real Cost involve an alien monster that represents what cigarettes would look like if they looked as dangerous as they are. It has a mouth that opens into 6 "petals" that have [[NestedMouths mouths on them as well]]. An example can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKHq5WsASUM here]].
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Compare ManEatingPlant, which tends to have a big mouth. MonstrousMandibles is another closely related trope. SubTrope to MonsterMouth.

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Compare ManEatingPlant, which tends to have a big mouth. MonstrousMandibles is another closely related trope. SubTrope to MonsterMouth.
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* ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'': In ComicBook/TheJoker vs [[Literature/{{It}} Pennywise]], there is an impressive special effect where Pennywise opens up his head like this. It's incredibly creepy.


Compare ManEatingPlant, which tends to have a big mouth. MonstrousMandibles is another closely related trope.

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Compare ManEatingPlant, which tends to have a big mouth. MonstrousMandibles is another closely related trope.
trope. SubTrope to MonsterMouth.


* The ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' series introduces some dragon species that have a lower jaw that splits into two. The Snaptrapper specifically goes full on with the flower resemblance; it's multiple heads lie still with their three lobed jaws open, luring in prey with a sweet smelling scent.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' series introduces some dragon species that have a lower jaw that splits into two. The Snaptrapper specifically goes full on with the flower resemblance; it's its multiple heads lie still with their three lobed jaws open, luring in prey with a sweet smelling scent.

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* With some magnification via an Electron Microscope, Hydrothermal Vent Worms go from tiny, deep sea tube worms to monstrous, beaked, flower-mouthed sci-fi hellspawns. ''Google at your own risk.''


** The pǟnalka of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/sarkic-case-study-01-the-vas-n-a-of-sarvi Sarvi]] have jaws that open along multiple axes.



** The pǟnalka of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/sarkic-case-study-01-the-vas-n-a-of-sarvi Sarvi]], have jaws that open along multiple axes.

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** The pǟnalka of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/sarkic-case-study-01-the-vas-n-a-of-sarvi Sarvi]], have jaws that open along multiple axes.



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** The pǟnalka of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/sarkic-case-study-01-the-vas-n-a-of-sarvi Sarvi]], have jaws that open along multiple axes.


* The titular beings in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' are similar to the example of ''Film/{{The Thing|1982}}'' in their capacity for this. They commonly use their shapeshifting to unfurl the entirety of their disguise as the head on their host bodies to devour massive chunks out of their prey. It's the page image on the nightmare fuel tab.

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* The titular beings in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' are similar to the example of ''Film/{{The Thing|1982}}'' in their capacity for this. They commonly use their shapeshifting to [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/parasyte_nf.jpg unfurl the entirety of their disguise disguise]] as the head on their host bodies to devour massive chunks out of their prey. It's the page image on the nightmare fuel tab.prey.


* The titular beings in Parasyte are similar to the example of The Thing in their capacity for this. They commonly use their shapeshifting to unfurl the entirety of their disguise as the head on their host bodies to devour massive chunks out of their prey. It's the page image on the nightmare fuel tab.

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* The titular beings in Parasyte ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' are similar to the example of The Thing ''Film/{{The Thing|1982}}'' in their capacity for this. They commonly use their shapeshifting to unfurl the entirety of their disguise as the head on their host bodies to devour massive chunks out of their prey. It's the page image on the nightmare fuel tab.



* The How to Train Your Dragon series introduces some dragon species that have a lower jaw that splits into two. The Snaptrapper specifically goes full on with the flower resemblance; it's multiple heads lie still with their three lobed jaws open, luring in prey with a sweet smelling scent.

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* The How to Train Your Dragon ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' series introduces some dragon species that have a lower jaw that splits into two. The Snaptrapper specifically goes full on with the flower resemblance; it's multiple heads lie still with their three lobed jaws open, luring in prey with a sweet smelling scent.


* The titular beings in Parasyte are similar to the example of The Thing in their capacity for this. They commonly use their shapeshifting to unfurl the entirety of their disguise as the head on their host bodies to devour massive chunks out of their prey.

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* The titular beings in Parasyte are similar to the example of The Thing in their capacity for this. They commonly use their shapeshifting to unfurl the entirety of their disguise as the head on their host bodies to devour massive chunks out of their prey. It's the page image on the nightmare fuel tab.

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