Crista Galli is a triangular median crest which is located on the upper surface of the cribriform plate. It resembles the crest on the head of rooster and the anterior end of the falx cerebri attaches to it.
The olfactory bulbs are located in the olfactory fossae of the cribriform plate on either side, are separated by crista galli. Anteriorly, it acts as a connection for the falx cerebri. The nasal openings where the anterior ethmoidal nerves go downwards into the roof of the nasal cavity are located directly lateral to it.