The Globadob is a strange fish with a strange anatomy. Most notably is its lower half, which features a structure that is not seen in any other animal
This structure is composed of a ring of legs, which are broad and flipper-like, within another ring of similar but shorter limbs, which are attached higher up on the body and are too short to reach the ground. Both limb types are inflexible and resemble lobed fins, and so couldn't be used for manipulation
If it were a real animal as described, what is the most plausible function of this strange array of limbs?