This is an Alien facehugger used in the 2004 Sci-Fi film Alien vs. Predator.
The heavily detailed facehugger is made of silicon and features eight legs, a wide body base, as well as a long, ribbed tail. The legs, shaped like lengthy fingers, have a skeletal design and each have a sturdy wire interior, allowing the legs to be bent easily for positioning as well as small, pointed resin claws at the tips.
This piece, painted light tan and brown with a pink mouth/nose center, has some wear due to production use.
This piece came with a signed letter of authenticity from Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc. co-founders Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr.