Our most frightening body part!
The normal human skull is made up of twenty-two bones—eight cranial bones and fourteen facial skeleton bones. And like all the other parts of the human body, the skull is a fascinating of our biological world. Its primary functions are to hold and protect the brain (in the cranium). To house our eyes and in the eye sockets and be the primary entry point for food and oxygen through the jaw and nasal cavities.
In its pristine state, the skull is a marvel of human nature. However, when minor or major genetic glitches happen while the fetus is in the womb the results can have disastrous effects upon the skull. Causing the physical characteristics to be alarming! Here are 15 amazing skulls some health some horrific!