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A large brown wood mask with lots of extremely long hair on string flowing down. The round red eyes bulge out with slits carved out underneath. The big wide nose has its nostrils cut out. The big open red mouth has long white teeth with four fangs curved outward to the sides at either ends. There is an elaborate crown headdress with three protrusions curved outward. The large ears are attached to the sides with string and are decorated with red curved lines and the lobes are pierced with gold conical earrings. The tongue is a long piece which falls out down from the mask and is made of red skin decorated with glass mirrors and gold ornaments. Two long orange fabric strips hang down either sides.

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