Perca Fluviatilis bicephalus, or the two-headed perch is as rare a fish as you'll ever catch. It used to be found in lake Klaran, which has now withered down to an overgrown peat bog. But in its day it was the private fishing water of the trolls. Since the fish there had heads in both ends of its body it was twice as easy to catch and many a fisherman was lured to the spot. But the lake was guarded by a ghostly horse who bit the heads off any human who ventured there. The fish was sculpted in Chavant clay, and cast in plastic resin using a silicone mold. It's painted with acrylic airbrush paints.