"The Classic of Mountains and Seas" includes a description of the Mandrill, a legendary giant creature from the South, depicted as having a human face, long arms, a dark, hairy body, and walking backward. It is said to smile when it sees people, its mouth covering its face, and then flees. The Mandrill sculpture by Yuhan Design Studio captures this terrifying creature, with its extraordinarily large mouth wide open. The sculpture is impressively realistic, from the texture of the fur and skin to the detailed expression. The intricacy of the piece is breath-taking, lifelike to the point of instilling a sense of awe in those who behold it.