Though Aubrey Plaza was fashionably late to her own river party, she made up for it this year with exceptional swimming and the absence of ears. Reminiscent of a duck-like beaver, Plaza’s Flat-Wide Beak makes it impossible to entertain doubts as to its genuine natural beauty. Her snout, unlike a bird’s beak, the upper and lower parts separate to reveal her mouth, where she keeps her venom. Although powerful enough to kill smaller animals such as dogs, the venom is not lethal to humans, but the pain is so excruciating that the victim may be incapacitated. It’s this saucy flair that inspires her staff and friends.