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Smile! These bared killer whale teeth would make an orthodontist envious. This close up of a huge Kaigani Haida grave monument replica is directly outside the entrance to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. This is a replica carved by museum director emeritus Bill Holm, based on photos and fragments of the 1880 original carved by John Wallace in Howkan, Alaska for a member of the Koohl-Keet family.