Homo Ardenterina was undoubtedly the most unusual variant of the speices. Among its atributes, the spcies had developed multiple mouths to enable them to take in a continous flow of food. One fully intact specimen dicovered in 1912 at Piltdown, a village near Uckfield, East Sussex, had a total of nine eating orifices.
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