The ancestors of the Trident Bruh decided having one sharp nose was not enough, so they developed two additional noses to help stab prey and possibly rip it apart. The large cillia around the edges of the cell still help with movement, allowing the Trident Bruh to turn with ease and produce short bursts of speed. The Trident Bruh still uses its main nose to impale prey, which it then eats with its teeth. The photoreceptors still help track down its victims as well as watch out for predators.