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Sirenjaw
Skull Island The Birth of Kong - Sirenjaw
Biological Information
Homeworld

Skull Island

Species

Gigantus Crocodiliad

Length

45 - 65 feet

Eye color

Orange

Status

Alive

Affiliation Information
Enemies

Kong
Aaron Brooks
Evelyn Matemavi
Evgenij Medov
Walter R. Riccio

Production Information
First appearance

Skull Island: The Birth of Kong

Sirenjaws, also known as Gigantus Crocodiliad, are giant reptilian kaiju that first appeared in the MonsterVerse comic Skull Island: The Birth of Kong.

Design

Appearance

The Sirenjaw is a massive crocodilian-like creature covered in plantlife with small orange eyes and large jaws filled with razor-sharp teeth. When submerged in water, the creature greatly resembles an island.

Roar

The roar of the Sirejaw is written as "Kuraahh" in the comic.

Personality

The Sirenjaw is an ambush predator that lies in wait for any potential prey to land on its island-like back.

Origins

The Sirenjaw is a colossal crocodilian predator indigenous to the lakes and tributaries of the southern jungle. Its hybrid physiology exhibits some of the most extreme examples of florafauna yet seen.
As it matures, the Sirenjaws goes through a pubescent stage in which a small nursery of deciduous trees grows across its rocky back, making it an integrated biological chapter of the jungle region in which it has thrived.
True to its name, the exotic plantlife and rock-like structures growing above the creature's submerged body prove too alluring to resist for the unsuspecting prey of the Siren.
Any living thing that strays upon this "shore" is fated to discover that some islands have teeth.
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— Monarch Creature Profile

History

Skull Island: The Birth of Kong

Aaron Brooks and his group unintentionally set foot on a Sirenjaw mistaking it for an island. The beast attacked the group, but was scared off when it heard Kong's roar. The Sirenjaw is eventually killed by Kong, and its carcass attracted Psychovultures and Death Jackals to feast on it.

Abilities

Camouflage

The Sirenjaw's plant-like body allows it to blend in with its environment, allowing unsuspecting prey to head straight for their jaws.

Gallery

List of appearances


Kong: Skull Island

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