I sometimes hope that every animal image with a long nose is a tapir, but it's not. The teeth are clearly opossum-like. These two carved animal heads are masks. The ecru-colored fibrous fabric shrouds the wearer. The mask on the right is a crocodilian of some sort, and to the right of that are carved wood fish and a bird. The piranhas at the bottom are the real thing, just dried out.
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