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Ever been so hungry, the food didn’t touch sides? 

Hidden deep inside our little shop of horrors, tucked away between the display cases is a dark shelf. Lined up in the shadows is a collection of gruesome gargoyles. As the camera approaches one moves… its jaws expand, and swallows the camera. These are nature’s gulpers – an array of creatures that have hideous jaws, able to swallow their food whole, or trap their prey and eat them alive! Others use their awesome jaws to fight for territory, or to protect their young. One by one our list of gulping freaks emerge from the shadows. There may be artistic licence here – but THESE gruesome forms are all real, and their speciality is swallowing! 

The Monster Gulpers are divided into 4 groups. Combat jaws are creatures who fight with their mouths. The orange-throated pikeblenny has a mouth three times the size of its body – purely...
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