Sisiutl or Serpent Carving
Sisiutl: Sisiutl is a two headed sea serpent, and is often used as a symbol of protection. This supernatural being could transform itself into many things including a self-moving canoe, which the owner would feed with seals. Sisiutl is always portrayed with a face in the center of its body the two ends of the snake extending out from the sides of the face or curling around to form a circle. The profile heads on each And have a curled horn like appendages, teeth and long tongue.