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Cone Head Skulls: Greater Bone Density
Cone head skulls, also known as elongated skulls, share another fascinating aspect in that they are heavier than human skulls by as much as 60%. This is due to thicker than normal bone thickness and higher density. These skulls are stronger than human skulls, offering increased protection from head-related trauma. The added weight would also account for the naturally occurring increased size of muscles needed to hold the head upright and manipulate it during movement. Mutations do not occur in harmony this way. These coordinated and harmonic bone and muscle alignments point to naturally occurring DNA coding. If these skull shapes were the product of head binding or intentional cranial deformation, the bone thickness would actually be slightly less than normal, since the same amount of bone would be forced to spread out across a larger surface area. These skulls are thicker and denser than human skulls.