made a comment on my submission 'Survivor Type' about faerie's teeth...so I thought I'd strip off the flesh and show you what they look like.
My Faeries (I stress 'my' since they are in no way related to the 'normal' fairy of folklore) whilst carnivorous don't actually 'eat' meat (they have no stomachs or digestive system for a start!), instead they sort of chew and suck the meat absorbing nutrients from it directly through their mouths. Once all the goodness has been extracted what remains is spat out.
To this end they only have 6 upper and 6 lower teeth at the front of their mouths, these are razor sharp and are designed to slice flesh. At the back of the mouth are boney plates that pound the meat without chopping it up, whilst enzymes in the faeries' saliva extracts all the good stuff!
Faerie skeletons are not boney and brittle but rather closer to cartilage and sinew; fairly soft, very flexible and extremely difficult to break. For instance a faeries' skull, with a good squeeze, will compress like a ball and then spring back. Likewise it's limbs can be bent to alarming angles before causing undue discomfort or stress....in the tough world faeries live in it pays to be bouncy!!!