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* The volatiles from ''VideoGame/DyingLight''


* ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'': The [[TorturedMonster Lamenting Abomination]] looks like a grotesque ShapeshifterMashup with multiple mismatched sets of jaws flapping around its mouth.

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* ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'': The [[TorturedMonster Lamenting Abomination]] looks like a grotesque ShapeshifterMashup with multiple mismatched sets whose mouth is composed of the upper jaws flapping around its mouth.of at least five wolves, stitched haphazardly together.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{TP}}'': The toilet's upper lip is shown as two separate halves, it being made up of a toilet seat and all.
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** Umber Hulks are large creatures that resemble a semi-humanoid beetle that stands about eight feet tall. They have huge, serrated mandibles that inflict vicious damage in combat. Oh, and they have a confusion-causing gaze attack.


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* ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' has Insect Spirits, which can [[DemonicPossession possess humans and turn them into human-insect hybrids]]. Large, biting mandibles are a common trait, especially if it's something like a beetle, dragonfly, or ant spirit doing the possessing. Metahumans may also grow insectile mandibles as a result of experiencing a SURGE event. Due to their unfortunate resemblance to Insect Spirits, this tends to result in them having a life expectancy that can be measured in minutes once someone else finds out.

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* ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'': The [[TorturedMonster Lamenting Abomination]] looks like a grotesque ShapeshifterMashup with multiple mismatched sets of jaws flapping around its mouth.

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* ''Webcomic/RustyAndCo'': An ant-folk HiveQueen who was corrupted by an ArtifactOfDoom wears a concealing scarf when she's [[FauxAffablyEvil feigning affability]], but takes it off to [[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-9-26/ reveal]] jagged mouthparts with large mandibles when she gives the order for a character to be killed. Her [[PunchClockVillain subordinates]] only have small mandibles or none at all.




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* ''ComicBook/ElToxico'': The BigCreepyCrawlies overrunning the world tend to have their mouths flanked on both sides by some big sharp teeth.



* Mister Scroop from Disney's ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'' has a pair of ant-like mandibles added onto a conventional maxilla-and-mandible mouth, qualifying as Decorative. They fit well with his arachnoid body, six walking legs and irisless eyes. They're appropriate for a character who's TheDragon of a cutthroat pirate band.

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* Mister Scroop from Disney's ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/TreasurePlanet'' has a pair of ant-like mandibles added onto a conventional maxilla-and-mandible mouth, qualifying as Decorative. They fit well with his arachnoid body, six walking legs and irisless eyes. They're appropriate for a character who's TheDragon of a cutthroat pirate band.


For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and PredatorPastiche. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.

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For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and PredatorPastiche. Very closely related SubTrope to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.
MonsterMouth.


For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and PredatorPastiche. Subtrope to MonsterMouth. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.

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For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and PredatorPastiche. Subtrope to MonsterMouth. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.


For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and PredatorPastiche. See also LampreyMouth, OverlyLongTongue, and MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily for other monstrous facial features. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.

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For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and PredatorPastiche. See also LampreyMouth, OverlyLongTongue, and MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily for other monstrous facial features.Subtrope to MonsterMouth. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.


# '''Replacement''': This is total replacement, where Monstrous Mandibles are the only mouth parts. These are the default in InsectoidAliens and more commonly found on particularly strange creatures.

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# '''Replacement''': This is total replacement, where Monstrous Mandibles are the only mouth parts. These are the default in InsectoidAliens and more commonly found on particularly strange creatures.
creatures. Also always the case in RealLife with any arthropod that actually has mandibles.


* The elites in ''Videogame/{{Halo}}'' have two sets of jaws. Depending on how one looks at it, it could either be two sets of Bifurcated, two of Functional, or one set of each.

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* The elites Elites/Sangheili in ''Videogame/{{Halo}}'' have two sets of jaws. Depending on how one looks at it, it could either be two sets of Bifurcated, two of Functional, or one set of each. Expanded universe materials make clear that they have trouble pronouncing phonemes in human languages because of them (and conversely, humans have trouble speaking ''their'' language).


For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens and BigCreepyCrawlies. See also LampreyMouth, OverlyLongTongue, and MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily for other monstrous facial features. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.

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For creatures where these are almost universal, see InsectoidAliens InsectoidAliens, BigCreepyCrawlies, and BigCreepyCrawlies.PredatorPastiche. See also LampreyMouth, OverlyLongTongue, and MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily for other monstrous facial features. Very closely related to FlowerMouth, wherein several jaws ring the throat in defiance of the typical maxilla-mandible setup, a situation which closely resembles multiple sets of jaws.

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