I started out simply wanting to print a giant bread tag for a friend. Little did I know that an entire taxonomy exists for the parasitoids known as Occlupanid (Occlu = to close, pan = bread).
The most thorough research into these organisms has been conducted by the Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group - http://www.horg.com/horg. Their work was even used in the report "Plastic bag clip discovered in partial colectomy accompanying proposal for phylogenic plastic bag clip classification" published in the BMJ Case Reports journal: http://casereports.bmj.com/content/2011/bcr.02.2011.3869.abstract.
While the SCAD file is parametric so far I have only designed (bred?) one example of the Toxodenta (curved teeth) order, based on an example I found in the wild which appears to conform to the classification of Palpatophora utiliformis - http://www.horg.com/horg/Palpatophora_utiliformis.htm.
I intend to extend the SCAD file to include examples of species from each order. I also encourage people to create their own variations and mutations. Let's see if we can get these creatures to evolve into something new! ;-)
Print the small Toxodenta and use it in place of the real thing. Note that its oral hooks aren't as flexible when printed in PLA.
Print the medium Toxodenta (scale by 2) and use it to close large bags (e.g. cereal) or as a keyring decoration.
Print the large Toxodenta (scale by 3.5) and use it as a drink coaster or simply to impress your friends.