Characteristics of real alien cone head skulls Cone Head Home
Below left: Authentic alien cone head skull. Note the large eye sockets, jaw shape and teeth size.
Below right: A human skull from the same time in Peru. Note the smaller (but normal by human standards) eye sockets, jaw bone and teeth.
Large Orbits (eye sockets)
Cone head skulls usually have eye sockets approximately 20% greater in size than human eye sockets. This implies larger eyeballs as well. The size of the eyeballs that must have occupied the eye sockets are significantly larger than any eyeballs of humans found anywhere on Earth. We know from studying the eyes of the various species of animals and reptiles on earth that larger eyes usually mean the eyes enhance the ability to see in the dark or low light conditions.
Large mandible (jaw bone) and teeth
Cone head skulls found with jawbones intact share similarities in size found to be greater than that of human jaws. The areas where muscles attach to the jaws indicate the muscles were also larger and stronger than human jaw muscles. The molars found in these specimens are much larger than human teeth. Some actually show increased incisors as well (canine teeth.) These details would not be noteworthy if they occurred in one or a few specimens. However, they are consistently found in all naturally occurring elongated skulls.