Mhoats with this face type tend to have a wide but short snout that at times can appear squished compared to other mhoats. This nose type doesn't cause any major impairment, but mhoats with this nose type do seem to have a weaker sense of smell.
This face shape can either alter the mhoat's face slightly by giving them a little pointy beak at front of the mouth or it can affect the entire snout to resemble a bird's beak. In both cases, the front of the mouth often tends to be more rigid than the rest of the mouth similar to the point of a beak.
Mhoats with this face shape don't have a distinct separation between their crown and nose, which means mhoats with this trait tend to have a round and blocky face. On aquatics, this face shape can be further exaggerated to allow for a beluga-like hump to form on the aquatic's forehead.
This trait causes a mhoat's face to appear either partially or fully skeletal, the example shown for the trait is on the minimal side of the spectrum for this trait. Any part of the skeleton that shows an internal part of the mhoat, like in the example should be made of the goo colors, which means at its most extreme this can make the entire face appear as a goo-colored skull.
Mhoat mouths may have any variation and still remain standard so long as it doesn't affect the overall face shape. The main exception to this is when the mouth appears beak-like, at which point we would require the beaky face trait to be used.
Mhoats have an extremely short snout and a mouth that is unable to close with the interior lined in rows of teeth. This trait allows them to eat things much larger than themselves, anything caught in their hold seeming to condense down into a consumable size due to some magic.