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The Description section is far too technical for a general encyclopedia article. The long second paragraph, in particular, is practically incomprehensible. Here is just a small sample from that paragraph:
Finally, in euhyostyly, also known as true hyostyly, the mandibular cartilages lack a ligamentous connection to the cranium. Instead, the hyomandibular cartilages provide the only means of jaw support, while the ceratohyal and basihyal elements articulate with the lower jaw, but are disconnected from the rest of the hyoid.
None of those bizarre terms have links to other articles explaining what they mean.