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Okinawan seasars (also spelled shiisa) are usually seen in pairs of a female (with a closed mouth) on the left and a male (with an open mouth) on the
Okinawan seasars (also spelled shiisa) are usually seen in pairs of a female (with a closed mouth) on the left and a male (with an open mouth) on the right. As Okinawan culture is still very traditional, it's a little-known fact that sometimes two closed-mouthed seasars or two open-mouthed seasars like to pair up instead (I've heard this happens about 11% of the time). This pair isn't afraid to show off their true colors! (Also, my wife thinks sculpting female seasars isn't as fun because you don't get to make the teeth.)
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